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My Hero: Military Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads

My Hero Military Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads Working through the Armed Services YMCA Alan Appel and Mike Rothmiller have collected than essays from children whose parents are serving or have served in the military The children s heartfelt

  • Title: My Hero: Military Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads
  • Author: Allen Appel Mike Rothmiller
  • ISBN: 9780312373467
  • Page: 324
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Working through the Armed Services YMCA, Alan Appel and Mike Rothmiller have collected than 100 essays from children whose parents are serving or have served in the military The children s heartfelt, moving, sometimes funny, and completely honest observations about their moms and dads truly capture the emotional connection between parent and child It is a connectioWorking through the Armed Services YMCA, Alan Appel and Mike Rothmiller have collected than 100 essays from children whose parents are serving or have served in the military The children s heartfelt, moving, sometimes funny, and completely honest observations about their moms and dads truly capture the emotional connection between parent and child It is a connection that cannot be severed even when a parent is thousands of miles away, gone for long stretches of time, and in danger.Inspiring, heartbreaking, and genuine, this book provides a fascinating look inside the hearts and minds of kids who love and honor their moms and dads as heroes at home or on the battlefield.Allen Appel is the author of five novels and the successful series, Thanks Mom and Thanks Dad Mike Rothmiller is the author of the bestselling non fiction book, L.A Secret Police.

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      Published :2018-09-13T12:06:17+00:00

    1 thought on “My Hero: Military Kids Write About Their Moms and Dads

    1. Kids are refreshingly honest about what they think about their parents but overall I think that this could have been a much better book with a different selection of entries. I guess what I am trying to say is that their sample size seemed rather limited.

    2. I read this book w/my boys. It was a good eye opener for them, and for me, and made the military people we hold in our nightly prayers more realey are moms and dads, and their kids miss them!

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