Can't see the preview? Click here! How to print the digital edition of Books for Keeps: click on this PDF file link - click on the printer icon in the top right of the screen to print. A child with an affinity with nature, in a war situation - it has to be Michael Morpurgo. He collapses on the road with a fever, and is carried by an older man to a farm, and nursed by him and an old lady. When he is well enough, the old lady tells him the story of how they came to be there. The man is Lorenzo, and he is on the autistic spectrum. He lived on that farm in the Carmargue with his hard working parents, and local people mocked and despised him, so he stayed close to home.
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The south of France. In the unique landscape of the Camargue, a young autistic boy, Lorenzo, lives among the salt flats and the flamingos. He loves routine, and music too, and every week he goes to the market with his mother. But then the German soldiers come, with their guns. It tells the story of Kezia, a Romany gypsy girl, and Lorenzo, an autistic boy with little speech but a lot of heart. The pair quickly become good friends, drawn together by ostracisation. When a storm rages and the carousel is damaged, everyone is devastated, including an invading German soldier named Caporal Willi Brenner. Morpurgo goes on to show that not all German soldiers were Nazis; not all German soldiers were evil. Michael Morpurgo has a wonderful talent for giving historic tragedies a human face.
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No catches, no fine print just unconditional book loving for your children with their favourites saved to their own digital bookshelf. Written by Michael Morpurgo. March Book of the Month In a nutshell: classic Morpurgo story of war, nature, bravery and love. There he meets Kezia and Renzo and, as they nurse him through a fever, hears their life stories. Vincent hangs on every word and readers will too as Kezia describes the events that brought her and Renzo together, and the threats and dangers their families faced during the war. I had not thought of writing a book about him, partly because the subject had been so well written about before and partly because my understanding of autism was too shallow. I simply didn't have the confidence to get started on a story. But then a visit to the Camargue in the South of France, a wild and wonderful national park where pink flamingoes fly, gave me the story of an autistic boy growing up in a farmhouse amongst these creatures.