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Autumn Leaves by Janet Whitehead
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Autumn Leaves

by Janet Whitehead

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It's September 1939, and suddenly everyone faces an uncertain future especially the children who are evacuated from the East End of London to faraway Norfolk. Billy and Jeannie Curtis, two waifs who have had to raise themselves, are billeted in the sleepy village of Little Asham. But the evacuation is destined to have a profound effect upon them both and the troubled adults whose lives they change.… (more)

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