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New SLA Guide to World War I

World War IThe SLA is proud to launch the latest in our Riveting Reads series, outlining some of the key literature on World War I for the school library.

"One hundred years after the First World War, that war to end wars, one of the very few ways left for us to remember is through the written word" writes Michael Morpurgo in his foreword to this important new title.

Listing many of the flood of new and classic U.K. publications on the First World War, this comprehensive annotated booklist will be an invaluable resource to school and public librarians as they help their users, both primary and secondary aged pupils, to commemorate and try to understand the scale, complexity and tragedy of this war that devastated the lives of millions of people across Great Britain and its Empire, its European neighbours and indeed most of the entire world.

Available to order now on the SLA website: ISBN 978-1-903446-87-4.

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