Henderson's Boys is a series of young adult spy novels written by English author Robert Muchamore. The series follows Charles Henderson, the creator of the fictitious CHERUB organisation. The novels are set in 1940, during World War II, during which time Henderson leads a series of war missions, aided by children.
Henderson's Boys is a spin-off of the popular CHERUB series, which centres around the same organisation in modern times. The series features its origins and revealed what CHERUB stands for and how the organisation's logo was designed.
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... Marine Complex is located on Cockburn Sound, in Henderson and is considered one of the largest ship building precincts in Australia ... proposed to use Garden Island and the facilities at Henderson for the 'sea-swap' program with the United States Navy 7th Fleet ...
... Grace was the widow of David Henderson, a Chicago newspaper man, who managed the Chicago Opera House ... In November 1896 David Henderson obtained a divorce decree from her ... Henderson did not request custody of their son ...
... In early 1949 Henderson ISD's coverage area was 16 square miles (41 km2) ... and Bethel were the first communities merged into Henderson ISD ... With the addition of Pinehill, Henderson ISD's coverage area was 137.7 square miles (357 km2) ...
... Professor John James Craik-Henderson (21 December 1890 – 3 December 1971) was a British Conservative Party politician ... Henderson was elected to the House of Commons at a by-election in March 1940, as Member of Parliament (MP) for Leeds North East ...
... Brian Steele – Harry (1992–1993) Bruce Davison – George Henderson Molly Cheek – Nancy Henderson Carol-Ann Plante – Sara Henderson Zachary Bostrom – Ernie Henderson Gigi Rice – Samantha Glick (1991 ... (1992–1993) Jared Henderson himself (1992) ...
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“Keep the home fires burning,
While your hearts are yearning,
Though your lads are far away
They dream of home.
Theres a silver lining
Through the dark cloud shining;
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Till the boys come home.”
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