Johnny Bookman had not wanted to leave the security and familiarity of his London home when he was evacuated to the country in September 1939. At first, Winchurch, in Somerset seemed like a foreign land to him and he planned his escape. Anita Evesham, used to living away from her parents, treated the move as a bit of an adventure. Coming from totally different backgrounds, evacuees Anita and Johnny, an unlikely match, are thrown together during the Second World War. Anita, whom Johnny insists on calling Annie, is drawn to the young boy from the first day. Their experiences are destined to change both of their lives and the lives of their families in this heart-warming story.Johnny was working over the weekend so Mrs Bookman and Annie went together to see Aunt Bessie. They took the train from Victoria to ... No, Annie, my love, if you can do it that way Iwona#39;t interfere.a#39; It wasna#39;teasy to adjust to livingwithanbsp;...
|Title||:||Tin Hats and Gas Masks|
|Publisher||:||Robert Hale - 2012-05-31|