World War II and Michael Parrot a novel by David Frederick White, under his pen name of David Fredericks

    Below you will see the cover of Davids book. The book is totally fictitious
but he used my character for Michael the hero and the heroin Alice, his best friend, is a girl based on cousin Maureen, she is not a girlfriend although she may wish to be, because this is a time when no young boy would want to show him self up to his mates as a sissy and it was genuinely believed that holding a girls hand could make her pregnant.
    Should you want a copy the ISBN No is
9781604812152. I have read an early draft and can heartily recommend that you spend just over a tenner on this concoction of fact and fiction. Mostly fiction, as I know I was never that good!

Davids book cover
Illustrations by the Stalybridge artist Ken Cookson

At the age of seven Michael will start to tell you his own story from 1940 through to 1945.
Live with Michael as he makes all the mistakes of youth, cry and laugh with him, but mostly laugh as he matures into a young teenager. This story is about the effects of war on Michael, his friends, and family. Much of what you read is true, most is fiction. Some characters are alive today; most live only in the book.


Alice looking good at the policemans ball
Alice looking good at the policemans ball
 



Allways be nice to a policeman

Allways be nice to a policeman








I spy a spy
I spy a spy

Italian prisoners sing a song
Italian prisoners sing a song

Something fishy going on
Something fishy going on

The black hand gang
The black hand gang

The great escape
The great escape

There is no arm in it
There is no arm in it

We could make a bomb selling bits of that
We could make a bomb selling bits of that

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