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CAPTIVATE AND INFORM READERS TODAY LIBRARIANS and inform readers today Librarians note don t go weeding stuff just because it s old and not on some current bestseller don t go weeding stuff just because it s old and not on some current bestseller There s gold in them thar stacks I first read this book nearly 60 ears ago and loved it then Reading it again now I find that it is not exactly as I remembered It is the story of two British children sent to America to escape danger of WWII in England They have returned to England very much Americanized after the three Chasing McCree Chasing McCree years they spent there It s a time of adjustment for everyone The author describes the rather abrupt cultural changes that that war forced on people involved the necessary melding of two groups of people who were so similar andet so different. Dual re education to the as is school by their amazingly mature Impossible Things youngsters Wincy fifteen and Angus nine returned to England after five warears with an American family in Massachusetts maks superb reading for all ages.
Light and sweet story against the backdrop of WWII I enjoyed it mostly
for the connection of reading it like my grandmother did The original artworkthe connection of reading it like my grandmother did The original artwork throughout the pages was a sweet touch Now That April s There by Daisy Neumann Wincy fifteen and "Angus nine return to Oxford England after five war ears in America and both parents and children experience culture shock as "nine return to Oxford England after five war ears in America and both parents and children experience culture shock as strive to become reacuainted As the flyleaf says This is a book to be cherished to be read over and over again with ever new affection Written in 1945 this would likely be considered a YA novel these days Very enjoyable and interesting look at the differences between British and USA upper middle class lifestyles at that period I love finding thes. Hey that the reader feels their geographic placement is merely a matter of literary accident Professor Turner dreamy Oxford don and his earnest well meaning wife are charming exponents of the should be school Their gra.