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1918 : broken poppies / Des Hunt.

By: Hunt, Des, 1941-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Kiwis at war ; 5.Publisher: Auckland, New Zealand : Scholastic New Zealand Limited, 2018Copyright date: ©2018Description: 407 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 20 cm.Content type: text | still image | cartographic image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781775432821 (paperback); 1775432823 (paperback).Other title: Nineteen-eighteen | Broken poppies.Subject(s): Human-animal relationships -- Fiction | World War, 1914-1918 -- Fiction | Dogs -- Fiction | Young adult fictionDDC classification: NZ823.2 Summary: Four Christmases have passed since the world went to war in 1914. Struggling to survive in the trenches, close to enemy lines, amid the terror of gunfire and the whine of warplanes, Kiwi soldier Henry Hunt rescues a shaken little dog. He has no idea he'll soon be facing a disciplinary hearing. To Henry's relief, the Major allows the little foxie to live this time. Henry finds the dog is not only a comfort to his fellow soldiers on the battlefields of France, but a great ratter, too. Together, can they survive the Great War?
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Four Christmases have passed since the world went to war in 1914. Struggling to survive in the trenches, close to enemy lines, amid the terror of gunfire and the whine of warplanes, Kiwi soldier Henry Hunt rescues a shaken little dog. He has no idea he'll soon be facing a disciplinary hearing. To Henry's relief, the Major allows the little foxie to live this time. Henry finds the dog is not only a comfort to his fellow soldiers on the battlefields of France, but a great ratter, too. Together, can they survive the Great War?

Novel for children.

Includes bibliographical references.

Four Christmases have passed since the world went to war in 1914. Struggling to survive in the trenches, close to enemy lines, amid the terror of gunfire and the whine of warplanes, Kiwi soldier Henry Hunt rescues a shaken little dog. He has no idea he'll soon be facing a disciplinary hearing. To Henry's relief, the Major allows the little foxie to live this time. Henry finds the dog is not only a comfort to his fellow soldiers on the battlefields of France, but a great ratter, too. Together, can they survive the Great War?

Ages 12-14.