En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round. Front Cover. Judith Kerr. Alfaguara, – Spanish language materials – pages. : En la batalla de Inglaterra: BIBLIOTECA JUVENIL Salvat / Alfaguara, Barcelona Ligero desprendimiento en una esquina del lomo, muy buen. Results 1 – 8 of 8 En la Batalla de Inglaterra by Judith Kerr and a great selection of similar Used, New and Collectible Books available now at
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I am on a course now to read all her books. Never has this been better expressed.
It’s a thoughful, interesting and insightful book that should appeal to teenagers and adults as well. Early on in the book, Anna and her parents visit a family friend, a doctor, and Anna sees him secretly give something to Papa. It takes Anna from 15 to about 19, through the end of her schooling and into her first job, along with her discovery of art this was particularly well-described. I’m glad Abtalla read it, to have the experience, and to more fully understand the author’s history, but I don’t think it’s something I’m going to re-read.
So when I discovered the sequels, I approached them with awe.
En la batalla de Inglaterra – Judith Kerr – Google Books
There’s an immediacy to this young woman’s story that is defiantly appealing. It is hard enough being a teenager in London during the Blitz, finding yourself in love and wondering every night whether you will survive the bombs.
He seemed like a great man but not at all practical was my conclusion. It is World War II and it shows how she copes with living and growing up in a new country as a German and how her and her family deal with the London bombings.
I only just picked it up again, and it was I really enjoyed this book; it was historically very interesting and made me realise how difficult it was during World War II in London.
Well, it is an OK book, with some interesting developments and not badly written. If I could meet an author, it would be this woman who has accomplished so much in life.
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There are little details that made me stop bataloa shiver. This often happens when a book originally published in the UK is released in the US less often the other way around because the publishers sometimes think a certain title will have more appeal to the American public.
Instead they live each day to the full — enjoying small pleasures and The best thing about Bombs on Aunt Dainty is the main character, Anna. Thanks kerrr telling us about kefr problem. In a way it gave me some hope for the children, after all, Anna and Max were resilient throughout all the upheaval, and it’s a much needed reminder, with all the current rhetoric, that every single refugee is a human being with a unique story.
The changing relationship between Anna and her parents is explored sensitively and poignantly batallq indeed painfully. The environment of London during the bombing raids is also credibly and atmospherically recreated. Adolescence is not easy, inglatwrra in the middle of wartime, it is even less. Her and her family left Germany and moved to England in to escape Hitler. Although given that Anna starts the book aged 15 and is 21 by the end, I’d argue it’s YA. Open Preview See a Problem? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
If you do not know Kerr’s work, her elegant, beautiful, and heartfelt work, then now is the time to become acquainted. An excellent book about coming of age during WW2.
Those bombs are coming from Germany — the country that was once her own.
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But the thing that really made him grew on me as a character was his love for his father, who suffered mentally inglaterrz being released from a concentration camp. Anna is now in London, war is hitting home, and she is growing up. Other books in the series. A lovely sequel to When Hitler stole Pink Rabbit.
Overall, this is my favorite installment of the trilogy. The reason for this being that Anna was considerably older and, therefore, more aware of what was going on around her and the seriousness of the situation. Not as good as the first one.
En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round
Brother Max feels English to the bone, but finds himself treated as a potentially dangerous German national, while Anna does batapla she can to avoid thinking about the war–hard to do in the middle of the Blitz, but she manages better than most.
Aug 18, Pauline rated it it was amazing Shelves: Return to Book Page. I know, an odd YA book to give a kid in the 80s but my older sister and I read it over and over. I’m always amazed at the strength and courage the people who lived through the war exhibited, and yet, those who write, seem unaware of how amazing they really are.
En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round – Judith Kerr – Google Books
Not as light as Vol1 but still a fast, pleasant read. But other than that, a good book. It was amazing the way she made the best out of everything for her family. I’d forgotten — or perhaps never truly appreciated — how real the threat of invasion felt, as the British watched other European countries fall underneath Nazi jackboots and knew that only a thin strip of water separated them from the same fate.
She is in love, she is out of love, she is hurt, she is happy, she is sad. Some of this is naturally due to Anna’s age, but a lot of this is due to the context. Thought-provoking for adults and children alike. Sep 10, Josefina Myrman rated it liked it Shelves: I got this – man, I think it was two years ago now.
How interesting to know what it feels like. I am still surprised that she came across no trace of anti-semitism, which I know from wider reading was evident among some of the British public; however, this is a book for younger readers, which may account for it.
Wodehouse endeared him to me. Furthermore, there were also mentions of popular authors of the era such as Agatha Christie, Dorothy L. Honest to the times, to the place, and to human experience.