My True Story: Can I Come Home, Please?

by Phil Robins (author)

Suitable for 9 - 12 years

eur prices
Price: 8.74
Product ordering
  • Schools earn Scholastic Rewards when parents or staff order from us. If you work at a school you can use Rewards to buy books and resources for your classroom or library. Find out how to use Scholastic Rewards

Buy this and your school gets €1.75 to spend on books Orders of €10 or more will earn 20% of your order value back in Scholastic Rewards for your school.

This item has 4 stars of a maximum 5

Rated 4/5 from 1 rating

0 reviews (Add a review)

Delivery information

  • FREE ROI delivery for schools on orders containing at least one paid item.
  • FREE ROI delivery on orders €30 or over
  • €6 delivery charge on ROI orders
    under €30

Book Club orders

  • FREE delivery to schools
  • Books will be despatched after the school's order is confirmed

ROI delivery within 8 working days

Delivery charges and times vary for overseas addresses

Refund and returns policy

Product description

Using taped interviews from the Imperial War Museum’s Sound Archive, Phil Robins gathered together this compelling collection of first-hand accounts from people who grew up during the Second World War. As well as British children’s stories of evacuation and the Blitz, this book also includes memories from survivors of the Holocaust in Europe and from German children. Illustrated with many contemporary photographs, and includes a timeline and index.

Product Details

Series

My True Story

Format

Paperback

ISBN

9781407109039

Date published

March 2nd, 2009

Lexile measure

1010L Lexiles are the global standard in reading assessment. They are unique as they are able to measure a child and a book on the same scale – ensuring the right book gets to the right child at the right time.

For more details see What is a lexile?.

Other details
  • 272 pages
Condition

New

Available in these packs

Series

Author/Illustrator

Phil Robins

Reviews

This product has not been reviewed yet.

Add a review

What kids think

  1. AngelofDeath
    on 8 March 2014

    A heart rending tale

  2. Catherine0703
    on 6 March 2014

    This book is an excellent read sad but worth reading. Definitely not a waste of time.

  3. Paradise56
    on 6 March 2013

    a very sad true story good book

  4. CookieM
    on 4 March 2013

    A very sad collection of stories. It made me realise how lucky i am not to have lived through such an awful time period

    5out of 5
  5. mutemath4ever
    on 6 March 2012

    This book is made up of people’s memories of the second world war. It has loads of pictures and is very informative and gives you a broad selection – everything from the holocaust survivors to the blitz casualties – Great read but for ages 12+

  6. indigobeam
    on 5 March 2012

    No book will move you more than this one. Incredible, passionate and emotional, this book will warm your heart forever.

  7. hockeycrazy999
    on 12 July 2009

    I enjoyed this book because it was the tales of all different people who had different fates in wartime Britain.

    5out of 5
  8. beastquestboy
    on 8 March 2009

    worse

    1out of 5