Almost forgot to post about this impressive audio book. This version was very well made with a full cast, so each kid has their own speaking voice. We learn about the three children and their way of growing up during WWII. It's not a feelgood book, of course not, but I still wanted to come back to the story as fast as possible. Liz Kessler has worked in some parts of her own family history into this story, which makes it even more moving.