“WAR KIDS: The Littlest Generation,” is World War II up close and personal

   ($13.95 plus $3.99 shipping & handling)   “It was an uncertain time, and after Pearl Harbor, we didn’t know what the enemy was capable of. I worried that the Japanese planes would come over our hills, strafing and bombing our town.”  — Donna Parks, writing in WAR KIDS: The Littlest Generation WAR KIDS: The Littlest Generation, tells the stories …

PEARL HARBOR DAY IS DECEMBER 7: Book tells the stories of those who were children during World War II

To most Americans today, when our nation is at war, life at home goes on pretty much as usual. While the spouses and families of service members during the Korean, Vietnam and Gulf wars felt the love and fear tightening in their stomachs and shoulders by day, the rest of the population continued to walk the kids to school, drive …