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Mary Treadgold

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(1910 - 2001)

Mary Treadgold

Daughter of a City stockbroker, Mary Treadgold was an editor at Heinemann’s when she wrote her first book during nights spent in London air raid shelters. She later worked for the BBC alongside George Orwell. Her first book won the Carnegie Medal.



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Left Till Called For (1941)

When the Germans invade their island in the English Channel, Mick and Caroline Templeton get left behind in the confusion.

1941
1941

Author(s): Mary Treadgold
Illustrator(s): Richard Floethe

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No Ponies (1946)

Jane, Andy and Colin arrive on the Riviera, faced with the dread prospect of ponies only to find the ponies have vanished.

Author(s): Mary Treadgold
Illustrator(s): Ruth Gervis

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We Couldn’t Leave Dinah (1941)

When the Germans invade their island in the English Channel, Mick and Caroline Templeton get left behind in the confusion.

1941
1941

Author(s): Mary Treadgold
Illustrator(s): Stuart Tresilian

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