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Judith Kerr is one of these authors.

Perhaps that was designed intentionally by the author as well. Kerr was born in Berlin but left Germany with her parents and her brother, Michael, in Judith Kerr is a German-born British writer and illustrator who has created both enduring picture books such as the Mog series and The Tiger Who Came To Tea and acclaimed novels for older children such as the autobiographical When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit which give a child’s-eye view of the Second World War.

The environment of London during the bombing raids is also credibly and atmospherically recreated.

Anna’s not running anymore and now she’s trying to find herself. Bombs on Aunt Dainty picks up several years after Pink Rabbit.

If Hitler invades, can she and her beloved refugee family possibly survive? I am on a course now to read all her books. She subsequently became a naturalised British citizen. He packs law books instead of clothes, as his exams are in two weeks, and he either thinks he won’t be detained long or he doesn’t want to fall behind on his studying.


See 1 question about The Other Way Round…. But it wasn’t until many years later as a bookseller shelving in the children’s section that I realised the author was one and the same – little Anna had grown up and achieved her dream.

But other than that, a good book.

En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round : Judith Kerr :

Lq 25, Mme LionHead rated it it was ok. An excellent book about coming of age during WW2. And it was a tough read for right now, because I couldn’t help but compare it to the political situation we’re in and wondering where it’s going to lead. This often happens when a book originally published in the UK is released in the US less often the other way around because the publishers sometimes think a certain title will have more appeal to the American public.

En LA Batalla De Inglaterra/the Other Way Round

I must say however that the book is in some parts quite “teenagerish” well, not so surprising and not really a fault, considering the partially autobiographic content of the book and the main character’s love affair during the last part of the story bored me to tears.

Other books in the series. My favorite characters in this installment were Max and Cousin Otto. If you do not know Kerr’s work, her elegant, beautiful, and heartfelt work, then now is the time to become acquainted. Bombs on Aunt Dainty follows a teenager called Anna. 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.


Kerr pinpoints what sort of things matter to a teenage girl and incorporates them in her story.

However, despite the grim backdrop of war, there are judtih of uplifting moments too. That is the British understatement. I’m always amazed at the strength and courage the people who lived through the war exhibited, and yet, those who write, seem unaware of how amazing they really are. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Kerr’s writing remains ineffable.

I got this – man, I think it was two years ago now.

The Other Way Round

I only just picked it up again, and it was 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. Nov 24, L. Not as light as Vol1 fn still a fast, pleasant read.

Anna and her family are refugees the current Government would probably call them economic migrantsand whilst Max, her oldest brother, feels and acts English, his German nationality an embarrassment and an impediment, and Anna doesn’t know quite who she is, living with friends, her own family elsewhere.

Her family is in extreme poverty, she leaves school, does a secretarial course, finds work.