It’s the Winter of 1945. With the news of the war’s end comes the prospect of Norah and Gavin’s return to England … and that means their lives are about to radically change again. Fifteen-year-old Norah is eager to see her parents— but ten-year-old Gavin isn’t so sure. He barely remembers them, and doesn’t want to leave his Canadian family, his two best friends, and his beloved dog Bosley. But when an unexpected tragedy strikes, Gavin must decide what’s truly important to him—and ultimately make the most difficult decision of his life.
About Lights Go On Again
For five years Gavin and his sister Norah have lived in Canada as “war guests.” But now, as 1945 approaches, the war is finally ending, and Gavin and Norah will soon be going back to England.
Norah, who’s fifteen, is eager to see her parents again, but ten-year-old Gavin barely remembers them. He doesn’t want to leave his Canadian family, his two best friends and his dog.
Then something happens that forces Gavin to make the most difficult decision of his life.
The Lights Go On Again is the last book in the acclaimed series that began with The Sky Is Falling and Looking At The Moon.