A first-hand description of the way life was in England, and the London area, during the WWII conflict through the eyes of a young girl who survived those horrific times.
Understand what it was like seeking shelter from aerial attacks, sleeping in air raid shelters and attempting to have some form of education while spending school days for five years inside the bomb shelters. Later, dodging V1 rockets (doodlebugs), and V2 rockets as they were aimed constantly toward those danger zones.
Learn what it was like going to and from work with threat of exploding devices ever present.
Feel for yourself the unbelievable relief, joy, and yet sadness as well when the war ended.
All this is written in easy to understand descriptive storytelling form as though the author were sitting next to the reader. Be transported into that historic and difficult time.