Peter in Peril: Courage and Hope in World War Two (Hardcover)

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Peter is just an ordinary boy, who loves playing football with his friends and eating cake - until war comes to his city and the whole family have to go into hiding...

This moving, true story of the Second World War, set in Budapest, Hungary, shows in vivid words and pictures how Peter, his cousin Eva and his mum and dad bravely struggle to survive in a city torn apart by warfare.

A United States Board on Books for Youth (USBBY) 2018 Outstanding International Book

About the Author

Helen Bate studied architecture and spent ten years working as an architect. Following a career change she went on to obtain a 1st Class degree and MA degree in Children's Illustration. By 2014 she was the winner of the People's Book Prize, Best Achievement Award, for her innovative work with Pictures to Share C.I.C, a Social Enterprise publishing illustrated books for people with dementia.  Her first picture book, ABC UK, with James Dunn, was nominated for the Kate Greenway Medal.  She is the author and illlustrator of Me and Mrs Moon, a graphic novel exploring dementia and The Creature, a picture storybook, both published by Otter-Barry Books. Helen lives in Shropshire.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781910959572
ISBN-10: 191095957X
Publisher: Otter-Barry Books
Publication Date: March 14th, 2017
Pages: 48
Language: English