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Fact-Tastic Stories from Scotland's History: A Secret Diary of the First World War Save even more this September!
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What was the First World War really like? Find out in this fictional diary, inspired by the real-life diary of Scottish boy soldier James Marchbank. Step into James’s boots and follow him to the Western Front as a member of the Royal Scots Regiment. Why was rat hunting a popular hobby in the trenches? How did parachuting pigeons help to win the war? Why would a really good friend rub whale oil on your feet? And what did it feel like to be a teenager at war? James’s fascinating diary will tell you…
- A thrilling historical diary that blends fiction with amazing facts
- Based on the real story of a boy who went to war aged just fourteen
- Mixes James’s story with timelines, letters, maps and illustrations
- This easy-read account is both exciting and emotionally engaging
- A perfect way for younger readers to explore World War I history
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