Poppy Day

Poppy Day

Book - 1997
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Explaining the origins of Poppy Day, why people wear poppies on Poppy Day, who thought of the idea, and who makes them, this book gives a brief, simple history of the world wars, and why it is important to remember those who died. It is part of a series which uses a light-hearted storytelling approach to help the reader understand the history of the event, and which explains why the events are still celebrated today, and what they involve.
Publisher: Hove, England : Wayland, 1997.
ISBN: 9780750220422
0750220422
Branch Call Number: J 940.460941 Moo 3701 1
Characteristics: 32 pages : illustrations (some color).

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