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War Game Examining the life of ordinary soldiers during World War I this book recalls the heroism of the young soldiers and the spirit of sympathy that grew up between the two armies as they suffered on the front line This is a story about friends who joined the army in the midst of World War I

About the Author: Michael Foreman

Michael has worked on magazines book jackets animated films TV adverts and even for the police sketching criminals described by witnesses As well as illustrating many of his own books Michael has illustrated over a hundred books for authors such as Shakespeare J M Barrie the Brothers Grimm Charles Dickens and Oscar Wilde Michael has travelled widely to Africa Japan the Arctic Circ

10 thoughts on “War Game

  1. says:

    This is a poignant story about soldiers arranging a football match between the opposing trenches The water colour pictures are a delight Children who are old enough to watch war movies will begin

  2. says:

    War Game By Michael Foreman War Game chronicles the story of four friends from the football pitch in Suffolk to the trenches of the Western front Young and impressionable; Will Lacey Billy and Freddy jo

  3. says:

    War Game by Michael Foreman depicts the spontaneous truce that took place on Christmas Day 1914 on the Western front during the Great War This beautifully illustrated book begins with 4 young boys playing soc

  4. says:

    Both beautiful and heartbreakingly sad this lavishly illustrated story reminds us of how similar we all are and in doing so brings home the deep tragedy of war

  5. says:

    This book could be used to teach children about world war two The illustrations are basic and full of detail to show the reader what the battlefields looked like in World War One It is a good story explaining what happen

  6. says:

    This book is an illustrated book for children The story happened in 1914 during the first world war It deals with a group of four young boys who dreamt of becoming professional football players and to join the national soccer

  7. says:

    This is an wonderful and moving story of a group of young men who go to fight in the First World War written in the memory of the author's uncles who themselves went to war It is beautifully illustrated and really captures the horro

  8. says:

    A fantastic story just a shame it had to be so true Combined with elements of non fiction this book would make a fantastic resource in a classroom of learners studying the World Wars Displaying the highs and lows of the life of a soldier

  9. says:

    This historical fiction book follows the journey of four young friends who join the British Army during World War I Throughout the book it provides real images of propaganda during this time trench life No Man's Land war traditions and the effe

  10. says:

    Read a lovely children’s book yesterday War Game by Michael Foreman about the horrors of WWI but explained in a way that children could take in Beautifully written and illustrated

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