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Growing Up Military: Every Brat Has a Story Paperback – November 14, 2009
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About the Author
Marc Curtis grew up in the 1950's and 1960's as a "Military Brat." His family moved every 1 to 3 years around California, Texas and Japan. In 1994 he found a book called "Military Brats: Legacies of Childhood Inside the Fortress" by Mary Edwards Wertsch and began to discover why he reacted to life differently than most of his friends. Thus began his search for his "roots." In April of 1997 he created the Military Brats Registry (www.militarybrat.com) because he wanted to locate friends he knew during the times he lived at various military bases, and knew that others must want to find their friends too. The Registry has become the largest online resource for reconnecting with friends, and understanding the unique culture and heritage of being a Military Brat.
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I truly hope that Marc Curtis decides to produce a second volume. The only suggestion that I would make is to add page numbers to make it easier to find and re-read favorites.
The editing is terrible. Misspelled words, incomplete sentences, etc.