It's 1917. In the trenches of France miles from home, Stanley is a boy fighting a man's war. He is a dog handler , whose dog must be so loyal that he will cross no-man's land alone under enemy fire to return to Stanley's side carrying a message that could save countless lives. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Soldier Dog on TheBookSeekers. Stanley's dad hasn't been the same since his wife died and his eldest son went off to fight in the w

Alfie Summerfield is a young boy whose father disappears at war. While shining shoes at King's Cross Station, Alfie unexpectedly sees his father's name on a sheaf of papers belonging to a military doctor. He soon discovers his father is in a hospital being treated for an unusual condition: shellshock. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Stay Where You Are And Then Leave Author: John Boyne * Illustrations by Oliver Jeffers + Add to Goodreads Description: The day the First World War broke out, Alfie Summerfield’s father promised he.

Across Europe, the horror of war is destroying lives and separating families. Yield or fight? When tragedy strikes Freddie's family, he and his soldier brother must go on the run, battling for their survival. Jump or burn? Without a parachute, that's the choice Ernst knows he will face if his Zeppelin is shot down. Bravery takes different forms. How far would you go to stand up for what's right? See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Bernard Ashley - Shadow of the Zeppelin - Hachette Children's Group

He was only fifteen when he enlisted in the navy without his father's permission. He was only sixteen when he died at Grimsby General Hospital with splinters of steel in his chest. The Battle of Jutland was the biggest sea battle since the Armada. Jack Cornwell was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for staying, seriously wounded, at his post on the HMS Chester. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

He was only fifteen when he enlisted in the navy without his father's permission. He was only sixteen when he died at Grimsby General Hospital with splinters of steel in his chest. The Battle of Jutland was the biggest sea battle since the Armada. Jack Cornwell was awarded a posthumous Victoria Cross for staying, seriously wounded, at his post on the HMS Chester. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Ten-year-old Johnny eagerly plays at war with the army of nutcracker soldiers his toymaker father whittles for him. But in 1914, Germany looms as the real enemy of Europe, and Johnnys father proudly enlists to fight at the front in France.  See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Ten-year-old Johnny eagerly plays at war with the army of nutcracker soldiers his toymaker father whittles for him. But in 1914, Germany looms as the real enemy of Europe, and Johnnys father proudly enlists to fight at the front in France. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

This is the story of two friends, Jack and Harry, both keen footballers, both recruited for the army and sent to fight in the trenches in the First World War.  See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

This is the story of two friends, Jack and Harry, both keen footballers, both recruited for the army and sent to fight in the trenches in the First World War. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

It's 1916 and the Great War has been going on in Europe for nearly three years when Jack McAllister enlists. Jack's younger brother, thirteen-year-old Tom, is at first envious, but Tom soon changes his mind as the reality of war becomes more apparent through the letters Jack sends home. See if it i8s available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

A powerful and moving YA story about two brothers, one of whom goes off to fight in World War One -from Sandy McKay

Harry Wainwright is 17, not quite 18, but he can't wait to enlist for the Great War - so instead of going back to boarding school he runs away to war. He does this with the help of his sweetheart, Jessica. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Letters From The Coffin Trenches by Ken Catran. Harry Wainwright is not quite but he can't wait to enlist for the Great War - so instead of going back to boarding school he runs away to war. He does this with the assistance of his sweetheart, Jessica.

The 'War to end all Wars', as seen through the eyes of three young womenIt is 1915. War is being fought on a horrific scale in the trenches of France, but it might as well be a world away from sixteen-year-old New Zealander Midge Macpherson, at school in England learning to be a young lady. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

The 'War to end all Wars', as seen through the eyes of three young womenIt is 1915. War is being fought on a horrific scale in the trenches of France, but it might as well be a world away from sixteen-year-old New Zealander Midge Macpherson, at school in England learning to be a young lady. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Like many of his mates from the bush, Frank Ballantyne is keen to join the grand adventure and do his bit. Specially as a chest full of medals might impress the currently unimpressed parents of his childhood sweetheart. So Frank ups his age and volunteers with his horse Daisy and his dad. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Like many of his mates from the bush, Frank Ballantyne is keen to join the grand adventure and do his bit. Specially as a chest full of medals might impress the currently unimpressed parents of his childhood sweetheart. So Frank ups his age and volunte

Set in France in 1914, fourteen-year-old Pierre Clouet uses false papers to sign up and fight for his country. Adapted from an original manuscript by Andor Guttmann. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Set in France in 1914, fourteen-year-old Pierre Clouet uses false papers to sign up and fight for his country. Adapted from an original manuscript by Andor Guttmann. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

A young soldier with the Canadian forces questions the meaning of heroism, of truth, and of good and evil as he describes life in the trenches during World War I. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

In an age when war is often high-tech and the enemy impersonal, the events of September 11 put terrorists and victims face to face in the narrow confines of four doomed airplanes. Fear, the brutal murders of people begging for mercy, and the.

Its 1917 and Billy Stevens is a telegraph operator stationed near Ypres. The Great War has been raging for three years when Billy finds himself taking part in the deadly Big Push. But he is shocked to discover that the bullets of his fellow soldiers aren't just aimed at the enemy. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

Its 1917 and Billy Stevens is a telegraph operator stationed near Ypres. The Great War has been raging for three years when Billy finds himself taking part in the deadly Big Push. But he is shocked to discover that the bullets of his fellow soldiers aren't just aimed at the enemy. See if it is available: http://www.library.cbhs.school.nz/oliver/libraryHome.do

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