Goodnight Mister Tom - A Puffin Book (Paperback)Michelle Magorian (author)
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A stone-cold classic of children’s literature, the powerful story of deprived evacuee William Beech and his slow-burning friendship with the cantankerous Tom Oakley is written with incredible light and shade.
Winner of the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, GOODNIGHT MISTER TOM is of one of the best-loved stories set during the Second World War.
'Everyone's idea of a smash-hit novel: full-blown characters to love and hate, moments of grief and joy, and a marvellous story that knows just how to grab the emotions' - Guardian
Goodnight Mister Tom by Michelle Magorian is the unforgettable story of young Willie Beech, evacuated to the country as Britain stands on the brink of the Second World War. A sad, deprived child, he slowly begins to flourish under the unlikely care of grumpy old Tom Oakley. But then his new-found happiness is shattered by a summons from his mother to come back to London. As the weeks pass by Tom begins to worry when William doesn't answer his letters, so he goes to London to find him, and there makes a terrible discovery.
A 40th anniversary reissue with a new introduction by the author, Michelle Magorian.
Publisher: Penguin Random House Children's UK
Number of pages: 384
Weight: 266 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 23 mm
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“A Book Review – Goodnight Mister Tom Author: Michelle Magorian ”
Goodnight Mister Tom is about a little boy called Willie, who is evacuated to the countryside, during World War II. Willie is billeted with grumpy, old Mister Tom. However within a few weeks Willie and Mister Tom... More
I have not read this book and am not going to due to it not being under my category of desired reads, but who knows in the future?
However, my brother has read this book before and he is not a reader at all, yet... More
I’ve always been a fan of the film but what Michelle Magorian created in this book... safe to say it’s master piece.
I cryed pretty much throughout the entire book, it’s a beautiful book about pain and loss but... More
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