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Bombs on Aunt Dainty follows a teenager called Anna. What I noticed in this book is that Judith Kerr tailored her writing style, the level of sophistication in diction, and character development to her target audience most likely iinglaterra same age as the main character. There’s a scene where he goes to a Mozart concert with Anna, and he starts silently crying “I’m sorry if I alarmed you,” he said at last.

Not as light as Vol1 but still a fast, pleasant read. I am still surprised that she came across no trace of anti-semitism, which I know from wider reading was evident among some of the British public; however, this is a book for younger readers, which may account for it.

Judith Kerr is one of these authors. Never has this been better expressed. The second volume in Kerr’s WW2 memoirs; Vol 1 was chopped off in mid-conversation on arrival in London. She and her parents are living in a “hotel” ie boarding house for European refugees while her beloved brother is studying law at Cambridge.

Bombs on Aunt Dainty picks up several years after Pink Rabbit. But the thing that really made him grew on me as a character was his love for his father, who suffered mentally after being released from a concentration camp.


We see how she goes from living with an American family, goes to Secretary College, moves into a hotel with her parents, gets her own job and joins an Bombs on Aunt Dainty follows a teenager called Anna. Refresh and try again.

Right at the end of the book Anna asks ker father about his views on Germany and we learn from him that it was the emotional kere done by Nazism to ordinary Germans that hurt him the most. Not to mention he was one of the scientists who worked on the atom bombs. If Hitler invades, can she and her beloved refugee family possib It is hard enough being a teenager in London during the Blitz, finding yourself in love and wondering every night whether you will ingalterra the bombs.

I tried the third book in the series but couldn’t even get pass the second chapter! View all 4 comments. I have to say that “The Other Way Round” doesn’t say “war story” to me.

Though the characters were super self absorbed and the romance was terrible, it is an excellent book on living through WWII 4 Stars. I think the class could get involved in some interesting exercises.

Near the end, she asks her father whether he ever felt, that there was no point. And whatever happens, he just watches. Nov 24, L.

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Ce, it is an OK book, with some interesting developments and not badly written. So when I discovered the sequels, I approached them with awe.

Brother Max feels English to the bone, but finds himself treated as a potentially dangerous German national, while Anna does all she can to avoid thinking about the war–hard to do in the middle of the Blitz, but she manages better than most. Baralla to Book Page. Want to Read saving….


The Other Way Round

It was amazing the way she made the best out of everything for her family. She subsequently became a naturalised British citizen. It takes Anna from 15 to about 19, through the end of her schooling and into her first job, along with her discovery of art this was particularly well-described.

That is the British understatement. I couldn’t stop at reading two of Judith Kerr’s books; I had to learn about the author herself. If you do not know Kerr’s work, her elegant, beautiful, and heartfelt work, then now is the time to become acquainted.

Papa remains my favourite character. From things I’ve read, it sounds like most of the story is related to her family and her own life. Paperbackpages. I am on a course now to read all her books. This often happens when a book originally published in the UK is released in the US less often the …more There are two different titles for the same book. It’s a fictionalized account of her fleeing from Germany at the start of World War II and it was terrifying and fascinating and something I read repeatedly – I still have my original copy.

Each word has a weight, a value to it, that creates a deceptively simple and yet intensely acute effect. Also, Anna seemed really immature for her age. Out of the Hitler Time 2.