Trouble on Cable Street #2020

Trouble on Cable Street By Joan Lingard Trouble on Cable Street London Riots are brewing in the East End as a country broken by one war lives in fear of another With one brother run away to fight for revolution in Spain and the other lured in by the increasi
  • Title: Trouble on Cable Street
  • Author: Joan Lingard
  • ISBN: 9781846471858
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Paperback
  • Trouble on Cable Street By Joan Lingard London, 1936 Riots are brewing in the East End as a country broken by one war lives in fear of another With one brother run away to fight for revolution in Spain and the other lured in by the increasingly powerful Fascist movement, Isabella is faced with a conflict of her own As she battles to keep her family from falling apart, Isabella wonders what kind of a future shLondon, 1936 Riots are brewing in the East End as a country broken by one war lives in fear of another With one brother run away to fight for revolution in Spain and the other lured in by the increasingly powerful Fascist movement, Isabella is faced with a conflict of her own As she battles to keep her family from falling apart, Isabella wonders what kind of a future she can hope for in a time where nothing is certain and trouble lurks on every corner
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    About "Joan Lingard"

    1. Joan Lingard

      Joan Lingard was born in Edinburgh, in the Old Town, but grew up in Belfast where she lived until she was 18 She attended Strandtown Primary and then got a scholarship into Bloomfied Collegiate She has three daughters and five grandchildren, and now lives in Edinburgh with her Canadian husband.Lingard has written novels for both adults and children She is probably most famous for the teenage aimed Kevin and Sadie series, which have sold over one million copies and have been reprinted many times since.Her first novel Liam s Daughter was an adult orientated novel published in 1963 Her first children s novel was The Twelfth Day of July the first of the five Kevin and Sadie books in 1970.Lingard received the prestigious West German award the Buxtehuder Bulle in 1986 for Across the Barricades Tug of War has also received great success shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 1989, The Federation of Children s Book Group Award 1989, runner up in the Lancashire Children s Book Club of the year 1990 and shortlisted for the Sheffield Book Award In 1998, her book Tom and the Tree House won the Scottish Arts Council Children s Book Award Her most recent novel, What to Do About Holly was released in August 2009.Lingard was awarded an MBE in 1998 for services to children s literature.

    240 thoughts on “Trouble on Cable Street”

    1. Trouble on cable street was a really interesting read for me The story is set in the backdrop of 1930s London in the east end The history geek in me loved several things about it Firstly I loved seeing the social history seen through the book You really get a feel for the divide between the rich and poor and how most families lived on that poverty line to the point where they struggled to pay for the basics like food and medical care I loved the detail any how you get that feel for how life was [...]


    2. Poorly written Thoroughly unengaging plot and slightly underdeveloped characters Okay work on the setting but completely overridden with errors.Sorry Just my opinion


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