- Author:Helen Recorvits
- Publisher:Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR); 1st edition (May 9, 2002)
- Pages:144 pages
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
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A touching story about heroismTen-year-old Junior wasn’t even born when. Details (if other): Cancel.
A touching story about heroism. Ten-year-old Junior wasn't even born when his father came home from World War II, but he knows his dad was a war hero. He'd been a pilot, and Junior would like to know more about his wartime experiences, but his dad doesn't want to talk about the war and gets mad whenever the subject comes up. Plenty of other things make him angry, too, especially Junior's best friend, Lenny, a polio survivor.
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A touching story about heroismTen-year-old Junior wasn’t even born when his father came home from World War II, but he knows his dad was a war hero.
A touching story about heroism Ten-year-old Junior wasn't even born when his father came home from World War II, but he knows his dad was a war hero.
Chapter One Summer vacation. She lives in Glocester, Rhode Island. I started the countdown as soon as my teacher, Miss Kane, tore May off the calendar. Yoon Kim. Helen Recorvits.
Helen Recorvits was born in Rhode Island and graduated from Rhode Island College with a degree in education and psychology. She went on to earn a Master's degree and also a certification in gifted and talented education. In 2003, her first picture book MY NAME IS YOON was published by FSG. YOON was chosen as an outstanding book of the year by the New York Is Book Country Committee, and was also named an ALA Notable Children's Book and an IRA Notable Books for a Global Society.
More by Helen Recorvits. Goodbye, Walter Malinski.
1st ed. by Helen Recorvits. Published 2002 by Frances Foster Books/Farrar, Straus and Giroux in New York.
Do you know one reason why authors write books? To find out what they think about something. That's one reason why we read books, too -- to find out what we think about something.