Relatively Good Summer
by Erik Ga Bean
Nine year old Nigel's twin brother is knocked down by a car just before the long hot summer holiday of 1976. With his parents busy at the hospital, Nigel has to spend his summer with elderly grandparents and an eccentric aunt. He learns about life in WWII, that there is more to hunting rabbits than making a noise like a lettuce and that not all railway stations are called "Gentlemen" or "Way Out".