Author(s): Paul Bennett

Children Non Fiction

Examines how armed conflicts happen and the effect that they have on people. It uses case studies, eye-witness accounts, photographs and background information to help children understand the scenes they see on television and to encourage them to think about war from a new perspective.


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"Unlike the sensation seeking TV programmes, this colourful and attractive book emphasizes what can be done to help people caught up in horrific situations" - Books For Schools "...a simple yet thoughtful book on a complex subject; it pulls no punches" - Primary Geographer

Paul Bennett was formerly an editor and managing editor before becoming a full time freelance writer. He has written a range of children's books for the school and library market including the Belitha series, Body Works. He lives in Kent.

General Fields

  • : 9781841384474
  • : Anova Books
  • : Belitha Press Ltd
  • : June 2002
  • : 285mm X 215mm
  • : United Kingdom
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : 32
  • : colour photographs, glossary, index
  • : Paul Bennett
  • : Paperback
  • : Revised edition
  • : 355.02
  • : 9-12