Eleven-year-old Frankie Brown is stuck in no-mans land in easternFrance, between American and Nazi armies, beforethe last major battle of WorldWar II and he can hear Christmas carols. With his new map skills, how could he get so lost?
Told through the memories of an aging grandfather,Map Boycontinues Frankies story as aboy in war time, working withspies and Alan Turing at Bletchley Park to outflankthe Nazi terror. With the Bletchley bunch, he helps the Allied Armycross Europeuntil disaster makes him doubt everyone, especially himself. Only the worst surprise attack of the war inEurope, the Battle of the Bulge, can bring Frankie round and set a course for histrue calling.
Steve McCoy-Thompson lives in Pleasanton, California withhis wife and two children, where he loves to doclassroom readings. Based on extensive research, this historical adventure is his fourthbook and the second in thisWorld War II series for young readers. The first book in the Frankie trilogy isWeather Boy: A Story of D-Day.
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