- Two pennies
The true story of Australian children who rebuild a French school after the First World War.
A little boy called George, who lived in Victoria during the First World War decided to work hard and raise two pennies to help build a school in Villers-Bretonneux, France. This town had been flattened by war and the school destroyed.
This is a powerful and poignant story about a little boy who, with courage, hope and perseverance, helped to build this school across the oceans.
A bond was forged between George and Villers-Bretonneux that was never broken.
Suitable for: Early childhood (0-6 years).
Details: Children's book (picture book), published 2014.
Format: Soft cover, illustrations, 34 pages.
Dimensions: 26.0 cm (h) x 21.0 cm (w).