Way To Go Kiddo

Way To Go Kiddo

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by Alan Mann Hines
     
 
WAY TO GO KIDDO is a, Romantic, Picture Book for seniors. It is set in 1942 to present day, in which the USS Midway aircraft carrier, plays a huge role. Essentially, it embraces true love, family values, and second chances in love and life. Women will like it for the romance and men for the WWII nostalgia.

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WAY TO GO KIDDO is a, Romantic, Picture Book for seniors. It is set in 1942 to present day, in which the USS Midway aircraft carrier, plays a huge role. Essentially, it embraces true love, family values, and second chances in love and life. Women will like it for the romance and men for the WWII nostalgia.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780984049806
Publisher:
Toddlers to Dodderers Publishing
Publication date:
11/30/2011
Pages:
34
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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Way to go Kiddo: Stories for Seniors 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
NBakerNC More than 1 year ago
As I read Alan Hines’ Way To Go Kiddo, I found my thoughts drifting back to my childhood and the stories of my family members who fought and came home from WWII; of the many who didn’t return; and my favorite stories of those who married at the end of the war and brought new family and friends home and into my life. I found myself living vicariously in the love story Marina and Donald shared. I also found my thoughts drifting to the many residents that I had come to know and love at a nearby assisted living facility, all of whom were members of “The Greatest Generation.” I knew that I had to share the wonderful story and the beautiful artwork with them. On a sunny afternoon in April, I had the opportunity to read Way To Go Kiddo to the residents. I told them they were the first audience I knew to see and hear this beautiful story, and they were pleased and honored. The residents seemed to listen with heart-felt memories of by-gone years. Some nodded; some smiled; and some closed their eyes as tears rolled down their cheeks. At the end of the story, they applauded. Hines had captured their memories.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading Way To Go Kiddo. It is exceptional. The illustrations are wonderful. I highly recommend this book.