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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Ian Serraillier; C Walter Hodges
|Description:||187 pages : illustrations ; 20 cm.|
|Contents:||Although the silver sword was only a paper knife, it became the symbol of hope and courage which kept the four deserted children alive through the years of occupation, and afterwards on the exhausting and dangerous journey from war-torn Poland to Switzerland, where they hoped to find their parents. This extraordinarily moving account of life as it was for children during and after the Second World War is based on a true story. It has become one of the most popular books to be published in Puffin.|
|Series Title:||New windmill series, 39.|
|Responsibility:||by Ian Serraillier ; illustrated from drawings by C. Walter Hodges.|