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Ghostscape - Layburn, Joe
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: FRANCES LINCOLN, 106 Seiten, L=196mm, B=127mm, H=10mm, Gew.=159gr, [GR: 22500 - TB/Kinder-/Jugendromane u. -erzählungen], [SW: - Children's Books / Ages 9-12 Fiction], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: When a young Somali girl named Aisha comes across pale, skinny Richard in a stall in the school bathroom, she's as surprised to meet a boy from the 1940s as he is to see a black girl wearing a headscarf. The stall's door opened onto a time warp, transporting Aisha back 60 years to the Blitz, when her school was a sanctuary for Londoners fleeing the bombing. But Richard soon becomes more than just a friendly ghost -- he becomes a real friend, helping Aisha confront her difficulties at home, where she's torn between two cultures, and at school, where a bullying classmate makes her life miserable. Curious to know more about Richard's world, she researches the history of her neighborhood during the Blitz. When she discovers what is about to happen, she knows she must warn Richard . . . but how? Inspired by the 1940 bombing of the South Hallsville Primary School, "Ghostscape" weaves a realistic story about bullying and self-identity into an intriguing and absorbing time-travel adventure. When a young Somali girl named Aisha comes across pale, skinny Richard in a stall in the school bathroom, she's as surprised to meet a boy from the 1940s as he is to see a black girl wearing a headscarf. The stall's door opened onto a time warp, transporting Aisha back 60 years to the Blitz, when her school was a sanctuary for Londoners fleeing the bombing. But Richard soon becomes more than just a friendly ghost -- he becomes a real friend, helping Aisha confront her difficulties at home, where she's torn between two cultures, and at school, where a bullying classmate makes her life miserable. Curious to know more about Richard's world, she researches the history of her neighborhood during the Blitz. When she discovers what is about to happen, she knows she must warn Richard . . . but how? Inspired by the 1940 bombing of the South Hallsville Primary School, "Ghostscape" weaves a realistic story about bullying and self-identity into an intriguing and absorbing time-travel adventure.

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[EAN: 9781845077686], Neubuch, [PU: Frances Lincoln Publishers Ltd, United Kingdom], Brand New Book. When Aisha comes across a pale, skinny boy called Richard in the school washrooms, of all places, she is as surprised to meet a 1940s boy as he is to see a black girl wearing a headscarf. Aisha is transported back sixty years to the time of the Blitz, when her school was a sanctuary for East Enders fleeing the bombing. But Richard becomes more than just a friendly ghost; he helps Aisha confront her difficulties at home with her mother, where she is torn between two cultures, and at school where a tough schoolmate is determined to give her a hard time. Finally, Aisha decides to find out the history of her area during the Blitz, and what she discovers makes her realise that she must warn Richard about what is going to happen - but how.? This title is also available as an ebook, in either Kindle, ePub or Adobe ebook editions

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Ghostscape
Autor:

Layburn, Joe

Titel:

Ghostscape

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1845077687

When a young Somali girl named Aisha comes across pale, skinny Richard in a stall in the school bathroom, she's as surprised to meet a boy from the 1940s as he is to see a black girl wearing a headscarf. The stall's door opened onto a time warp, transporting Aisha back 60 years to the Blitz, when her school was a sanctuary for Londoners fleeing the bombing. But Richard soon becomes more than just a friendly ghost -- he becomes a real friend, helping Aisha confront her difficulties at home, where she's torn between two cultures, and at school, where a bullying classmate makes her life miserable. Curious to know more about Richard's world, she researches the history of her neighborhood during the Blitz. When she discovers what is about to happen, she knows she must warn Richard . . . but how? Inspired by the 1940 bombing of the South Hallsville Primary School, "Ghostscape" weaves a realistic story about bullying and self-identity into an intriguing and absorbing time-travel adventure.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781845077686
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1845077687
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2009
Herausgeber: FRANCES LINCOLN
106 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,159 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 1845077687

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
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