This was a very touching book.
As a college student studying to be an elementary school teacher, I recommend that every teacher use this book in their classroom around Memorial Day and Veterans Day.
Her book will help teach the upcoming generations about the sacrifices that all military veterans made by serving America and the impacts on their families.
Such a soft way to share history of war with children. Read as a teacher on Veterans DayPublished 7 days ago by Paula Brownlee
I used the book to introduce Veteran's Day in conjunction with the Reading Rainbow introduction by LaVar Burton. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Lucy
Beautiful! Sad moving, but my students get it. They have to hear wonderful writing to learn to appreciate it.Published 4 months ago by Lyra Henderson
Read this aloud to my students for Social Studies lesson. We were all near tears. Many of them read it over and over again. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Skeet28
Such a great, short book that is sure to captivate any child. After reading this with me, my nine year old son called his grandfather to ask him about... Read more
Excellent book to read and share for Veteran's Day. The illustrations and connections throughout the book provides time for reflection, discussions, learning and sharing.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
A heart rendering story of a small boy who visits The Wall on Washington, D.C. with his dad. He is sad as well as proud when he and his dad find grandpa's name and make an etching.Published 6 months ago by elaine allcut
Wonderful book! Great addition to the school library for my grandson! The school works to support veterans and our military services.Published 11 months ago by Wayne