- Troy would rather kill soldiers in his computer game than write an essay for the Anzac Day competition. But when his mum comes home from Nanna Elsie's with old photos and a journal from Gallipoli, he is transported to the horrors of a real battlefield. Whose journal is it and what is in it that makes Troy have a change of heart about writing the essay?
- * A touching story that will show children the hardships faced by Anzac soldiers while still being relatable to them.
* ‘A Child’s War’ touches on the gritty, frightening reality of what Australian soldiers endured at Gallipoli while being aimed at young audiences.
* Beautifully illustrated by Australian artist Aaron Pocock with black and white illustrations throughout.
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