Can you imagine life without television, roadsigns and bananas? Not to mention the late-night bombing raids. These were just some of the hardships for the people who stayed at home in World War II – the blitzed Brits.
I thought it was going to be really horrible because the series is called Horrible Histories, and the back of the books aren't very nice. I went to the library, and got the book out. I thought that if there were any horrible bits, I'd stop. There weren't, however, and the only nasty bits were at the end in the chapter entitled "The Home Front". I enjoyed it.
This is just one of the massive Horrible Histories range, but it's really good! I prefer the informatives too the Handbooks and things like that.
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- Reading Age: 9+
- Reading Aloud Age: 8+
May contain disturbing facts and horribleness.
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