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Kokoda: Teen edition

Peter FitzSimons

2 Reviews

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Prose: non-fiction, Children's Non-Fiction

A story of young Australians' mateship and bravery against all odds in WWII

Kokoda, 1942.
In the muddy, treacherous mountains of Papua New Guinea, a small force of young Australian soldiers - some of them still teenagers - are up against highly trained, experienced Japanese troops. Many believed that the all-conquering Imperial Japanese Army was unstoppable. But this is the story of how these brave young Aussies faced up to some of the world's best soldiers on a narrow, precarious jungle track - and defeated them.

Praise for the original edition:
'an engrossing narrative, beautifully controlled by a master storyteller' THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD

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Praise for Kokoda: Teen edition

  • an engrossing narrative, beautifully controlled by a master storyteller - Sydney Morning Herald

  • This reads like fiction, but it is all fact - Lieutenant Allan Kanga Moore, 39th Battalion

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Peter FitzSimons

Peter FitzSimons is Australia's bestselling non-fiction writer, and for the past 30 years has also been a journalist and columnist with the SYDNEY MORNING HERALD and the SUN-HERALD.

He is the author of a number of highly successful books, including BURKE AND WILLS, MONASH'S MASTERPIECE, KOKODA, NED KELLY and GALLIPOLI, as well as biographies of such notable Australians as Sir Douglas Mawson, Nancy Wake and Nick Farr-Jones. His passion is to tell Australian stories, our own stories: of great men and women, of stirring events in our history.

Peter grew up on a farm north of Sydney, went to boarding school in Sydney and attended Sydney University. An ex-Wallaby, he also lived for several years in rural France and Italy, playing rugby for regional clubs. He and his wife Lisa Wilkinson - journalist, magazine editor and television presenter - have three children; they live in Sydney.

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