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We Couldn't Leave Dinah by Mary Treadgold
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We Couldn't Leave Dinah (1941)

by Mary Treadgold

Other authors: Stuart Tresilian (Illustrator)

Series: The Templetons (1)

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The book opens with Caroline and Mick
returning to their Channel Island home for
the holidays. The threat of German
Invasion is imminent, and, when it comes
to escape, Caroline and Mick are
separated from their father and are left
behind on the island when the Germans
arrive. Caroline and Mick find their old
loyalties and assumptions are challenged, and they find themselves not knowing who they can trust. The place they chose as Pony Club
headquarters becomes vital to their survival, and their lives become more and more perilous as they work towards their escape from the
island.
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Two English children on a Nazi-occupied Channel Island plan their escape.

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