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12 Books for Veterans Day
Because of You Old Glory Flies. Poems of Gratitude for Our U. Military and Veterans. Author: Julie Dueker, Copyright The Freedom Rock Painter, have combined their unique talents and passions for God and country to show America's heroes we are forever in their debt. They pray this book touches the hearts and lives of those who open it and share it.
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They supply a blank card and envelope and the kids supply their creative energy. The card get mailed off and inevitably, every year, a touching letter will be sent back in return from a Vet. Reading his handwritten card usually sends chills up my spine. He is grateful for the effort the kids made and for the fact that someone appreciates the horrors and sacrifices that he made for his country. The Poppy Lady is a picture book biography. My son made this poppy project at school.
Fill your book basket with a great collection of patriotic picture books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them on Amazon by clicking the images below. Solitary and solemn, it is the table where no one will ever sit. These superheroes are moms.
I grew up near a large naval base. I remember how excited they were when the deployment was nearing its end! I have a huge amount of respect for those who serve in the military and for the families that keep things running while their loved ones are away. In America, we have a special holiday on November 11 to thank all military personnel who have served in past and present wars. I encourage you to use the holiday as an opportunity to reach out to veterans in your community.