Bibliography

General Teacher Reference

SMSC and Prevent

Prevent duty departmental advice

Tackling extremism in the UK  – Task Force  report  (see pages 5 – 7) 

Advice about the use of social media in radicalisation

Teachers’ Standards

Books and articles

Breslin. T (2003) Remembrance Ramdom House

Brockway. F(1949) The Bermondsey Story Allen and Unwin

Eatwell. R (Editor), Goodwin M.J (Editor) (2010) The New Extremism in 21st Century Britain(Extremism and Democracy) Routledge

Ellsworth-Jones. E (2007) We Will Not Fight: The Untold Stories of First World War Conscientious Objectors Aurum Press

Elton. B (2005) The First Casualty Bantam Press

Hewitt. S (2008) The British War on Terror: Terrorism and Counterterrorism on the Home Front Since 9-11 Continuum

Hudson. R. N (1998) The Bradford Pals Bradford Libraries

Hughes. K (2014) Great War Britain: Bradford The History Press – in association with the Peace Museum UK

Ministry of Defence (2008) We Were There (BME stories) MOD

Noakes. V (2006) Voices of Silence: The Alternative Book of First World War Poetry Sutton.

*Peace Museum UK (2012) The Peace Challenge PMUK

*Peace Museum UK (2013) Bradford Routes to Peace Heritage Trail PMUK

Peace Pledge Union (2006) Refusing to kill: Conscientious Objection and human rights in the first world

war Peace Pledge Union

Ward. J. (Editor) (2001) Richmond Castle: Conscientious Objection and The Richmond Sixteen English Heritage

 

Children and Young People

Please note these books cover a range of topics and age ranges and are to be selected from. Teachers

may find them a useful starting point for their own research. Their use will depend on circumstances,

previous experience, age and ability of students. They reflect the breadth and balance of the Choices

resource.

General

*Peace Museum UK (2012) The Peace Challenge PMUK

*Peace Museum UK (2013) Bradford Routes to Peace Heritage Trail PMUK

*= available from the Peace Museum UK

World War I

Freedman. R (2010)The War to End All Wars: World War I Clarion

Burleigh.R (2008) Fly, Cher Ami, Fly! : The Pigeon Who Saved the Lost Battalion Abrams Books for Young Readers.

Debon.N (2002) A Brave Soldier Groundwood Books

Eldridge.J (2008) The Trenches: A First World War Soldier, 1914-1918 (My Story) Scholastic Press

Huggins-Cooper. L and Benfold-Heyward, I.(2008) One Boy’s War Frances Lincoln Children’s

Jorgensen. N, Harrison-Lever. B (2010)In Flanders Fields Vancouver, B. C

Morpurgo. M (2004) Private Peaceful Scholastic Press

Morpurgo. M (2007) War Horse Scholastic Press

Seidel, B. (2002) When Christmas Comes Again: The World War I Diary of Simone Spencer Scholastic

Ury, E. (2006) Nesthäkchen and the World War (English Translation of German Children’s Classic) Universe

Wilding.V (2008) Road to War – a First World War Girl’s Diary 1916 – 1917 (My Story) Scholastic Press.

Williams. M. (2007) Archie’s War: My Scrapbook of the First World War, 1914-1918 Candlewick Press

 

A War on Terror?

Bruton. C (2011) We Can Be Heroes Egmont Books

Gibbons. A (2011) An Act of Love Orion Orion Children’s Book

Hayes. R (2007) Mixing it Frances Lincoln

Perera. A (2011) Guantanamo Boy Albert Whitman and Company

Pitcher. A (2011) My Sister Lives on the Mantelpiece Indigo

Reedy. T (2011) Words in the Dust Frances Lincoln

Singer. N (2007) The Innocent’s Story Holiday House

 

The Peace Museum houses the Commonweal Children’s Peace Library; books may be used or borrowed by prior arrangement, contact info@peacemuseum.org.uk