Let your imagination fly and have a go at writing using this as your stimulus. Show it to your teacher, parents, friends, or show it to me (Mrs Crickitt). We would love to see what you can do!
Are you someone who has enjoyed reading this novel in class? You may have liked the sensitive retelling of an aspect of history, the innocent narration, the realism or the fact it is about war. Whatever the reason, you should think about reading these books from our school and elsewhere.
Goodnight, Mr Tom by Michelle Magorian
Hitler’s daughter by Jackie French
I am David by Anne Holm
Number the stars by Lois Lowry
One more river by Lynne Reid Banks
Once by Morris Gleitzman
Let me whisper your story by Moya Simons
The diary of a young girl by Anne Frank
The hiding place by Corrie Ten Boom
The wooden horse by Paul Bricknell
The silver sword by Ian Serraillier
Boy on the wooden box by L Leyson
There are many more in the library. Go and talk to our librarians and tell them what it is you like about the novel. They will point you in the direction of similar books.