‘It won't work,’ grumbled Dennis. ‘We're just wasting time. I vote we play
‘Shut up Dismal,’ growled Jenno. ‘It'll work orright.’
‘It's got to,’ said Winnifred. ‘Think of poor old Dummy.’
‘Daniel,’ I corrected.
‘Mr Pearce,’ said Winnifred.
‘Let Dismal go and play cricket if he wants,’ said Leta. ‘But he'll have a job
bowling to himself. We're staying. We've got a petition to write.’
‘That's right,’ said Roy. ‘Now how should we start?’
‘Dear King George,’ proposed Dismal.
‘Thought yew wanted ter play cricket,’ said Jenno.
‘Not any fun on my own. Besides if you all want to be stupid, I might as well
‘Shut up Dismal,’ said everyone.
There’s big trouble brewing in Widdlington during the
summer holidays of 1941. Dummy gets turned off the
allotments by the Women’s Land Army. His livelihood
growing vegetables is thereby threatened.
He is accused of sabotaging the war effort. The vicar is implicated. Jenno
believes she can save the situation. The kids of the Lions Avenue Lot get
working on her plan. To succeed, Peter must visit London secretly.
The air-raids in the capital are bad.
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