My Daddy Wore a Uniform by Lynne O'Quinn,Jeffrey Duckworth

By Lynne O'Quinn,Jeffrey Duckworth

My Daddy Wore A Uniform used to be particularly written for His Stars & Stripes, a ministry which honors the sacrifices of our army young ones. This publication is written for these little ones who've misplaced mom and dad in army motion. growing to be up in Fayetteville, NC close to citadel Bragg, i've got obvious the nice desire for a booklet corresponding to this that would deliver convenience, peace, objective and satisfaction to the kid. there's a lot fact to the announcing "Freedom isn't really free." In our native land we're reminded of this on a daily basis.
Other books during this sequence are for these little ones whose mom and dad have get back "different" and for these kids whose mom and dad are lively accountability, making day-by-day sacrifices. those youngsters are all really heroes. may well we by no means forget.
Lynne Robertson O'Quinn

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