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Title
Summerland
Author
L. J Adlington
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Hot Key Books
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20190905

October, 1946. The Red Cross escort a group of child refugees from Europe to England. Among them is
Brigitta - a serious, silent figure with worn clothes and a small cardboard suitcase containing a single grey glove. Arriving in London, Brigitta breaks from the group and runs . . .Brigitta's mission: to reach Summerland Hall and find the one person who can solve a wartime mystery. But Summerland holds secrets and shadows of its own... and perhaps the key to a new life and new beginnings.An extraordinarily rich tale of love, prejudice, truth and forgiveness, inspired by real events.

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Lucy Adlington is a writer and clothes historian. Her novels for teenagers, including The Diary of Pelly D, Burning Mountain and The Red Ribbon have been nominated and shortlisted for the CILIP Carnegie Medal, the Manchester Book Prize, the Leeds Book Prize and the Rotherham Book Award. She tours the UK with dress history presentations and writes history books for adults, including Women's Lives and Clothes in WW2: Ready for Action, and Stitches in Time: the Story of the Clothes We Wear.Find out more at www.historywardrobe.com or on Twitter: @historywardrobe

Praise for The Red Ribbon: Captivates, inspires and ultimately enriches.
Heather Morris, author of The Tattooist of Auschwitz

Lucy Adlington's read is a tear jerker. Bookworms are calling it a cross between The Diary of Anne Frank and The Boy in the Striped Pyjama and it's a reading list essential
Maximum Pop

The Red Ribbon is the best YA novel about the Holocaust I have read. The story it threads together is gripping, moving and important . . . deeply-researched, but wears its learning so lightly that the history is woven seamlessly into the fabric of the colourful story . . . deserves to be very widely appreciated indeed, and I urge teachers and Holocaust educators especially to read it.
Professor Robert Eaglestone, Holocaust Research Institute, University of London

Gritty historical fiction with a symbol of hope
Times Educational Supplement

Type
BOOK
Edition
Paperback original
Keyword Index
Young adult fiction.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
254

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