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Don't Forget, God Bless Our Troops por Jill…
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Don't Forget, God Bless Our Troops (edição 2012)

por Jill Biden (Autor), Raul Colon (Ilustrador)

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Natalie, a young girl whose soldier father has deployed to Iraq, tells the reader what life is like for her and her mother in the year that her father is away.
Título:Don't Forget, God Bless Our Troops
Autores:Jill Biden (Autor)
Outros autores:Raul Colon (Ilustrador)
Informação:Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books (2012), Edition: First Edition, 40 pages
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Etiquetas:Determining Importance, War, Bravery, Family

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Former Second Lady Jill Biden presents the story of a military family in this poignant picture-book, inspired by the experiences of her own stepson Beau, who served in the US Army, and of his family during his deployment to Iraq. The tale opens as young Natalie bids her father goodbye, following her throughout the year as she struggles to be brave during those moments - occasions special and everyday - in which she is missing her Daddy. The books closes with the family's reunion, and an extensive afterword discusses America's military and military families, offering many suggestions for how non-military folk can help these people who serve the nation...

One of a number of picture-books penned by America's Second Ladies - there was Lynne Cheney's 2003 "A" is for Abigail: An Almanac of Amazing American Women, as well as last year's (2018) Marlon Bundo's Day in the Life of the Vice President from Charlotte and Karen Pence - Don't Forget, God Bless Out Troops pairs Biden's emotionally involving text with lovely artwork from illustrator Raúl Colón. It's good to be reminded of the sacrifice and service of our military - something from which we all benefit, but which is provided but such a small section of our society. Recommended to anyone looking for children's stories about parent-child separation in general, and deployed military parents in particular. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | Jun 14, 2019 |
This book is about a girl named Natalie. Her father is deployed overseas and it discusses how her, her mother, and her brother's lives are different while they wait for their father to return. It discusses all of the events that he misses and how they wish he was with them, but they have to remain brave. This gives students the opportunity to learn about what military children go through. This book is also great for looking at the character traits Natalie possesses, especially bravery. For all students this book would be good to use for transaction circles. The end of the book offers many resources and ways that people can get involved in helping to support the military and their families. I think it would also be great to add in some You-Tube clips to give students a perspective that this is real and many children are dealing with this lifestyle in the United States. I would use this book with students in second through fifth grade.
  ksmole1 | Nov 13, 2018 |
This book is about a little girl named Natalie and he dad goes on a long deployment. Natalie misses her dad very much and is often reminded of his absence. She tries to remain brave and strong, especially for her little brother, and she often reminds herself to be brave. The story has a happy ending when he father comes home, reminding Natalie that she is a brave daughter.

Ages: 5+
Source: JBLM Grandstaff Library
Book was used for strategy instruction: determining importance for Adv Lang and Literacy Method Class at Pierce College
  StephanieCoppolino | Mar 1, 2018 |
This book is about a girl and her Dad is in the military and he is being deployed. She misses him and wishes for him to be home. She and her family come up with things to do to support the troops and remind her of her Dad. The best part for the girl is when her Dad comes home.

Age- 4+
Source- Pierce College Library
  Otellie | Feb 28, 2018 |
I liked this book for several reasons. First, the book had believable characters, such as Natalie and her family. The book is based on a true story about a girl named Natalie who misses her father very much, who is overseas in the military. Natalie's character expresses very realistic emotions that any child of a troop would be going through when their parent is overseas at war. Natalie expresses that she misses her father in certain points of the story, however she is able to overcome her sadness by being productive in school and doing outdoor activities. Secondly, I liked that the story had beautiful illustrations by Raul Colon. The illustrations showed a clear image of the emotions Natalie was going through at different stages of when her father first left for the military, and how her facial expressions became more happier as she become braver. I really enjoyed seeing the illustration of Natalie video chatting with her father, and it is a very realistic situation of how military families are able to communicate with their loved ones overseas. Lastly, I liked that the story pushed the reader to think about tough issues, such as the hardships military families go through. Not every student that reads this book has a family member in the military, but this story gives a perspective that students can think about and be proud to live in a country that has many troops fighting for them. In conclusion, the purpose of this story is that it's not just the soldiers that serve in the army, but the families do as well. ( )
  ahenri7 | Feb 17, 2016 |
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