A SELECTION OF QUOTES FROM THE NOVEL - A ROSE FOR THE ANZAC BOYS
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COURAGE: The strength to do or face something your find frightening.
WAR: Fighting with weapons between countries.
MATE/SHIP: Australian, NZ -a word you use to address a friend.
Word building MATESHIP (noun)
FRIEND/SHIP: Someone you like and they like you.
Word building FRIENDSHIP (noun)
LOVE: Strong or warm feelings of affection.
LOSS: The loss of something: The loss of her friends
source: Macquarie school dictionary (third edition)
LAUREL WREATH: Symbol of immortality
SHAPE: Symbol of Tears that were shed
LEAVES: Symbol for Victory
ROSEMARY: Symbol for Rememberance
PURPLE: The colour has been linked to mourning
RED POPPY: Represents the service personnel of our
Army, Navy and Air-Force
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