Photographs in the Mud
Publisher:Fremantle Arts Centre Press
It is 1942 on the Kokoda Track in New Guinea. Jack and Hoshi are soldiers on opposite sides of the war, who meet in battle, discovering that they have much more in common than they had ever realized. Photographs in the Mud is a beautifully illustrated and moving story of events during the Second World War, from the point of view of two soldiers one Australian, the other Japanese. Now in paperback, Photographs in the Mud tells a compassionate story about the personal human tragedy of war, for both the combatants and their loved ones at home. (Ages 7-12) (Review of the cloth edition: Here is a stunning book that will force readers, young and old to assess their own beliefs of just war theory. Not to be missed. ~ Reading Time)
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