3 edition of children"s war found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||D810.C4 I48 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 178 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||178|
|LC Control Number||90147771|
Bruce Jensen @ Read Alison'scomments in USA Today. Scope: With few exceptions, every book in the English-language portion of this list involves war or its consequences. Much as we love many of the great children's books that address themes such as bullying and conflict resolution, we shaped this list around themes of war as waged by nations and other large violent groups. Albert Marrin has also written about World War II and both Hitler and Victory in the Pacific are engagingly written and will educate students far better than the best text book. A tender and sweet story to read to the intermediate aged child is The House of Sixty F athers by Meindert Dejong.
Jonas, unlike all the other children in the community, understands what war really is. Since the other children have no conception of what death means, they are unable to truly grasp what war is. Civil War in Children's Literature Featured Subject: The Civil War. The brutal conflict of the American Civil War has brought forth some of the best writing in children's literature. Since the theme is most often studied in the upper elementary grades, let's restrict our book choices to books appropriate for that level for the most part.
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the book with the o.k ending The Children's War is one of those books that is hard to put down. The lives of the two children protagonists intersect in so many ways throughout the story but they are on opposite sides of the great divide of war.
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An important side story in the book is that of Ben's father who returned from the war a changed man, suffering from PTSD. When Randell Horton arrives in town, and goes to visit Mr. Truman, just being able to talk about the war with someone who was there finally begins his healing, but there's no doubt he has a long road ahead of him.
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