Hurricane Harry : The Hardest Day Mini History

by F J Beerling


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Beautifully illustrates the early history of Britains Old airport as told to the young reader through endearing characters, amazingly good rhyme, and also introduces the Hawker Hurricane airplane and its importance to WWII and the Battle of Britain. A must-have for all aspiring pilots and history buffs and a great learning tool.

Hurricane Harry is the first book of its kind in the world to depict the history of Biggin Hill Airport - Historically accurate and full of facts about the Hawker Hurricane

About the Author

F.J. Beerling is based in Canterbury, Kent in England. She took up writing just three short years ago and now has distribution contracts in 4 countries with 11 titles published and has sold over 20,000 books and counting. With a passion for writing and educating children with world history all of her books are educating, engaging and entertaining. All are historically accurate and her latest book, They Raced To The Moon is now available for sale at none other than some of NASA's Space Centres gift shops.

For 6 - 7 years old.

product details

  • Publisher: Fairy Faye Publications
  • ISBN: 0993384285 (0-993-38428-5)
  • ISBN-13: 9780993384288 (978-0-993-38428-8)
  • Format: Softcover, 28 pages
  • Date Published: 2017


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