Remembering for peace: the adventures of Emma and Ryan

Heather Sharp SHOP:9780648396109

What will Emma and Ryan find in Great Grandpa's soldier's tin? What secrets has he never told anyone?

Follow the adventures of Emma and Ryan as they travel through France and Belgium, finding out what their Great Grandfather experienced in the First World War.

With a focus on the Remembrance Trail, children reading this book will learn about areas Australians fought in during the war and understand the lasting impact conflict has on people and on the environment. Using the newly developed font, Dyslexie, this book will appeal to a wide range of readers, supporting those with dyslexia and other reading needs.

Hard cover. Suitable for ages 10+

As featured in the Australian War Memorial Education Resources 2019 brochure. No further discounts apply.


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