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'The sixth book in Morris Gleitzman's series about Felix Salinger which began with Once slots in after Soon. The war is over. Expecting to find some peace with his friends in Poland, Felix is aware that Zliv is tracking him with the intent of killing him. Felix is set upon and ends up in a hospital on an allied air base. There her accepts an offer to travel to Australia and become a sort of human good new story about the war.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Magpies : Talking about Books for Children vol. 32 no. 5 November 2017 12559382 2017 periodical issue

    'Kevin Crossley Holland has a new collection of of Norse Myths published and a striking work it is :  a thing of strength and wonder, but what has taken my fancy in particular is his introduction in which he refers to the myths as brilliant, fast moving, ice-bright stories. Equally melodramatic is his explanation of why myths were created and why we should still be reading them: They try to explain how humans are as we are and how things came to be. The tell us about ourselves and out world, but through the lens of imaginative story telling, coloured by the beauty and expanse and extremes of the icy fiery landscape where they originated.' (Editorial)

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  • Maybe Morris Gleitzman 2017 single work children's fiction
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