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I think kids--and smart adults--will be reading this book for years to come.
It is Private Hollister who suggests Jamie learn something new, like developing film, to help the soldiers who are coming in with questions regarding the dark room.
Classrooms of children will someday be asked what the moon signifies to TJ and to Jamie.
I grew up as an Army brat. When I was 12-years-old, my family and I accompanied my father to Viet Nam. Read morePublished 4 months ago by kathyd
I loved this audiobook! The writing was so concise and interesting that I want to look for other books by this author. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Love2Knit
It head an amazing book and that is coming from an 11 year old kid that is in middle schoolPublished 7 months ago by kasey mcallister
There is No point in the storyline just Jamie chatting and playing cards. I did not enjoy this book at allPublished 8 months ago by Linus
Enjoyed the book. Received in a timely manner & all expectations were met. Got closer to my son & shared time together. A worthwhile endeavor. Recommended.Published 11 months ago by Gerhard
What a great author. The book was written very good. I would recommend this book for kids all around the worldPublished 12 months ago by kiyah wolter
Well written and relatable topic for targeted audience. Draws audience to other works written by author. Will purchase additional books by this author.Published 13 months ago by Cgrams
This is a great book of a army family stationed in Texas. But when Jamie needs a summer job. She ends up ends up working at the rec center. Read morePublished 16 months ago by The unknown sorcerer
Ok so this book was short and looked good, so I picked it to do a book report on and it sucked. It was supposedly about this girl who's bro went into the army and took pics. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Joe