Sunday, November 07, 2010

Review of H Is for Honor: A Millitary Family Alphabet - Lansing Children’s Books |

Author Devin Scillian and illustrator Victor Juhasz put together a great alphabet book geared towards military families. “H Is for Honor: A Millitary Family Alphabet” not only explains the different branches of the Armed Services but also stresses the importance of honor and the sacrifices military families must endure.

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The episode starts with a visit to Colorado Springs’s Memorial Park led by Hannah, a 8-year-old Meet Me At The Corner correspondent. Hannah then interviews World War II veteran, Robert Williams. Williams shares with viewers the various jobs he held in the military, the significance of VE Day and VJ Day, and what it takes to be a good soldier.

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Our hope is that this episode initiates conversations about the true meaning of Veterans’ Day,” says Donna Guthrie, award-winning children’s author and founder of Meet Me At The Corner.