And in the Morning by John Wilson

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This novel by John Wilson is set during World War One, when a teenaged boy faces the unexpected realities of violent conflict.

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John Wilson was born in Scotland, but grew up on the Island of Skye and attended the University of St. Andrews, where he took an Honours B.Sc. in geology. He worked in that field for a number of years, but after settling in Canada, he embarked on a prolific writing career which has brought him acclaim and a number of award nominations. Specializing in historical and speculative fiction for children, he has published a number of books with Napoleon: the Weet trilogy and Righting Wrongs, a biography of Dr. Norman Bethune. He currently lives with his wife and children in Lantzville near Nanaimo on Vancouver Island.
Published July 6, 2011 by Kids Can Press, Ltd.. 200 pages
Genres: War, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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One secret concerns the lad who wrote this diary.” Readers who persevere will be rewarded with a satisfactory conclusion in which the diarist’s fate and the family secret are revealed.

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