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  1. says:

    Cielo negro sobre Kuwait es una obra de ciencia ficci n, con mucha acci n y que intenta parodiar la guerra mediante la met fora de un sue o profundo pero pasajero Su autor Robert Westall intenta reflexionar sobre la guerra y como una experiencia de ese calibre cambia a a las personas.Tom es un hijo nico que siempre ha so ado con tener un hermano, por eso se inventa un amigo imaginario, el se or Figgis Al poco tiempo sus padres tienen otro ni o, Andy, pero al cual Tom siempre llama se or Figgis Andy es un ni o muy sensible con ayudar a todos, tanto a animales heridos o personas pobres, incluso dona dinero a familias en Etiop a Un d a de repente, Andy tiene un sue o y comienza a hablar en alto, despertando as a Tom, cuando Tom despierta a Andy o como l le llama al se or Figgis le dice que l no es Andy, sino un guerrero, Latif, que est participando en Kuwait, en la guerra del golfo p rsico Al enterarse los padres deciden ingresarle en un hospital ya que piensan que se ha vuelto loco All va a visitarlo un famoso m dico rabe que le dijo a Tom que en realidad Andy cre a que era un soldado y que se comportaba como si estuviera combatiendo en la guerra A partir de ese momento, Tom comenz a observarle y comprob lo dicho por el ...

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    This is a very short young adult novel detailing the difficulties of war, which is a central theme to Westall s work His other books, The Machine Gunners and Fathom Five, are set in WWII, but this novel discusses the Gulf War Tom has a little brother, Andy, whom he calls Figgis Figgis is a little odd at time and becomes fixated on various Things He is very sensitive to the suffering of others animal and human alike He will force his parents to save birds that have fallen from the nest On holiday, he became obsessed with children starving in Africa He begins to speak of another little boy named Bossus who is very hungry, seeming to be possessed by him When Bossus dies, Figgus returns to normal.Yet one day Figgus begins speaking Arabic in the night He has identified with a boy solider in Iraq named Akbar, and main character becomes frightened for his brother but is too afraid to tell anyon...

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    Another book read by 6th graders for their lit circles I found it a compelling story about brothers The narrator s younger brother has a strange empathic connection with people he sees in pictures and in his dreams W...

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    Extra a historia que narra la conexi n entre dos ni os, uno que vive en Inglaterra y el otro en Kuwait El ni o ingl s empieza a sentir y a describir los sucesos de la Primera Guerra del Golfo, a trav s de los ojos y sentimientos del ni o kuwait.Me parece una novela juvenil muy original, que tr...

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    A story on Gulf war I thought the stories on modern war are rare in the children s literature I will recommend my children to read this Although it was sad story, I will have to teach children about the wars This book will help it.

  6. says:

    Classic Westall a story that accepts the possibility of paranormal phenomenon, about a boy who is perhaps too empathic, set during the first Gulf war An easy read, that does raise some issues worth thinking about, but nothing special.

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    A brilliantly thoughtprovoking read from a master of children s literature It brings home the horrors of war and the truth behind the TV pictures in a way that captures the imagination I would strongly encourage older children to read this.

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    Totally gripped me too Great way to get children to learn abit about the Gulf war, and what I really liked about it was the way Westall creats sympathy for the boy in Iraq without actually taking the reader directly to the battleground Truely captivating.

  9. says:

    It sort of started out slow, but it was pretty good overall.

  10. says:

    The book Gulf by Robert Westall is set in the 1990s during the Gulf war In Gulf the main character Tom is protective pg 5,

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