The Lights Go on Again

The Lights Go on Again

Book - 1993
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In 1945, after living in Canada for five years to escape the war in Europe, ten-year-old Gavin and his fifteen-year-old sister Norah face the prospect of returning home to their family in England with radically different emotions.
Publisher: Toronto : Viking, 1993
ISBN: 9780670849192
0670849197
Branch Call Number: J FIC Pears 05ad 02
Characteristics: 201 p

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geokitty
Aug 11, 2011

i perferr the books about norah

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Bunnylover1032
Jul 23, 2011

This book is amazing!!!!!! I loved it. I sat down an starteed to read it and I couldn't put it down till the end!!

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stacyorb
Jul 05, 2011

It was REALLY good. It's more about Norah's brother Gavin -- the war's over and he's deciding to stay in Canada or return to England. In the end, he ---- NO WAY AM I TELLING YOU, READ THE BOOK!!!!! I also really like the symbolism of this title. I wish she made more, the great depression happens right after, it'd be so cool! Oh well, READ THESE. Then again...I'm only a 13-year-old girl. Hope that helped!! :) <3

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Fatima Almalki
Aug 14, 2010

nice read, probably the best of the guests of war trilogy

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MAStar
Apr 11, 2009

it was a good book but a very common story!!!!!!!! Also it took place a long time ago, didn't understand the volcabuary!!!!

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MurielW
Oct 10, 2012

MurielW thinks this title is suitable for 10 years and over

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