6 edition of Andi"s war found in the catalog.
With her parents away fighting on the Communist side during Greece"s Civil War, Andi fights her own battle against Aristo, the cruel son of the oppressive Chief of Police.
|LC Classifications||PZ7.R71864 An 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||136 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||88025786|
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Andi's War is set on the Greek island I first read Andi's War by Billi Rosen when I was younger, probably around It's a very sad story, but also poetically written.
I like this book very much. I've recently discovered it is the first in a trilogy, although I never read the following books, and it works very well as a stand-alone/5(2). Andi's War is the first part of Billi Rosen's trilogy based around Andi's life. The reality and harshness of life during the Greek civil war is told with objectivity and.
This story for children portrays a real life situation, with real anxieties. It tells of a young boy's desire to fight and his grandmother who refuses to let him.
It is Rosen's first book and won the Faber/Guardian/Jackanory competition for unpublished authors for : Billi Rosen. The Girl I Left Behind is a poignant tale of friendship and the bond forged between two girls during World War 2 in Nazi Germany.
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Andi's war. [Billi Rosen] -- With her parents away fighing on the Communist side during Greece's Civil War, Andi fights her own battles against Aristo, the cruel son of the oppressive Chief of Police.
Rosen's first book for children, Andi's War, won the Faber/Guardian/Jackanory Children's Competition for unpublished authors for children in as well as the Prix Enfance du Monde Natha Caputo (UNICEF) in Furthermore, Andi's War was serialized for the BBC television program Jackanory.
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Print Word PDF. On War thus presents its author's thoughts in various stages of completion. They range from the magnificent opening sequence of logically unfolding propositions to the rich but at times one-sided or contradictory discussions of Books Two through Six, to the essayistic chapters of the last two books, which suggest with brilliant strokes what a /5(22).
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