Shameless self-promotion. By me.

My dad was 13 years old when the Second World War broke out. He was Jewish and lived in Poland. Yet he survived. I have written a book about how he did that. Brought out last year by a small Edinburgh-based publisher, the book is now being republished in the UK and English-speaking Commonwealth by Hodder. On 24th June it is coming out on Kindle and as an Audible, narrated by Sir Simon Russell Beale. On 29th July the hardback will be available. Pre-ordering open now. It will also be available in translation in, so far, six different European languages (Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Danish, Romanian and Polish) with more to come I believe. There will be a US edition in hardback in March next year.

Hope you order it, like it, write reviews on Amazon and elsewhere about it, and tell your friends. I trust you will not only find the story interesting and exciting but you will also pick up on the many modern resonances.

Now back to the day job with apologies for this outburst of shameless self-promotion.

About John Carr

John Carr is one of the world's leading authorities on children's and young people's use of digital technologies. He is Senior Technical Adviser to Bangkok-based global NGO ECPAT International, Technical Adviser to the European NGO Alliance for Child Safety Online, which is administered by Save the Children Italy and an Advisory Council Member of Beyond Borders (Canada). Amongst other things John is or has been an Adviser to the United Nations, ITU, the European Union, the Council of Europe and European Union Agency for Network and Information Security and is a former Board Member of the UK Council for Child Internet Safety. He is Secretary of the UK's Children's Charities' Coalition on Internet Safety. John has advised many of the world's largest internet companies on online child safety. In June, 2012, John was appointed a Visiting Senior Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science. More: http://johncarrcv.blogspot.com
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