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When the war is over / Jackie French, Anne Spudvilas.

By: French, Jackie.
Contributor(s): Spudvilas, Anne, 1951- [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Sydney, NSW : Angus & Robertson, 2019Copyright date: ©2019Description: 30 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 31 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781460753026 (hardback).Subject(s): Australian poetry | War -- Pictorial works -- Juvenile poetryGenre/Form: Picture books. | Poetry.DDC classification: A821.4 Summary: "Now the war is over, And they say the world is free, Though somewhere guns are snarling, You've come back to me." From Jackie French and Anne Spudvilas, comes a powerful and moving book: not about war, but about its endings: the fragility of peace and the enduring strength of love. Told in short 4-line rhymes, it highlights different points along the war timeline, from the 1918 Armistice through WW1, WW2, and to the recent conflicts of Afghanistan and Timor.
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Now the war is over And they say the world is free, Though somewhere guns are snarling, You've come back to me. From two of Australia's most highly regarded children's book creators, Jackie French and Anne Spudvilas, comes a powerful and moving book: not about war, but about its endings: the fragility of peace and the enduring strength of love.

"Now the war is over, And they say the world is free, Though somewhere guns are snarling, You've come back to me." From Jackie French and Anne Spudvilas, comes a powerful and moving book: not about war, but about its endings: the fragility of peace and the enduring strength of love. Told in short 4-line rhymes, it highlights different points along the war timeline, from the 1918 Armistice through WW1, WW2, and to the recent conflicts of Afghanistan and Timor.

Ages 4-8.