Photographs in the Mud - out of print

Author(s): Dianne Wolfer


On the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea in 1942, Jack and Hoshi are soldiers on opposite sides of the war but discover, after they meet in battle, that they have a lot in common.
This very human story highlights the futility of war as we learn that despite their desire to fight for and protect their respective countries, all the Australian soldier and his Japanese counterpart want is to return to the loved one shown in their photographs.
Beautifully illustrated in sepia tones by Harrison-Lever, whose previous works are the award-winning In Flanders Fields and The Call of the Osprey, it is offset perfectly by Wolfer's haunting description of one of Australia's bloodiest campaigns. For all ages.


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  • : 9781920731205
  • : fremau
  • : fremau
  • : books

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  • : Dianne Wolfer
  • : Hardback