Wartime William is still up to mischief!
William is always ready to offer his services to his country. But why is it that his enthusiastic contribution is so seldom appreciated? William is determined to do his bit, but unfortunately no one else thinks he'd make a hero . . .
William at War by Richmal Compton is a selection of ten of William's most wonderful wartime stories in which William proves himself just as dangerous, unpredictable and downright troublesome as the Enemy! This much-loved children's classic features contemporary cover art by Michael Foreman, an introduction by actor and comedian John Sessions, along with the original inside illustrations by Thomas Henry - allowing a new generation to enjoy this unforgettable character.
There is only one William. This tousle-headed, snub-nosed, hearty, loveable imp of mischief has been harassing his unfortunate family and delighting his hundreds of thousands of admirers since 1922.
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Richmal Crompton was born in Lancashire in 1890. The first story about William Brown appeared in Home magazine in 1919, and the first collection of William stories was published in book form three years later. In all, thirty-eight William books were published, the last, William the Lawless, in 1970, after Richmal Crompton's death.
Introduction - i: Foreword by John Sessions Chapter - 1: William and A.R.P. Chapter - 2: William Does His Bit Chapter - 3: William - the Fire-fighter Chapter - 4: The Outlaws and the Parachutist Chapter - 5: William - the Salvage Collector Chapter - 6: William and the Bomb Chapter - 7: Reluctant Heroes Chapter - 8: William and the Mock Invasion Chapter - 9: William and the Tea-cake Chapter - 10: The Battle of Flowers