Way To Go Kiddo

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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.
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Overview

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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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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  • Posted September 16, 2012

    As I read Alan Hines┬┐ Way To Go Kiddo, I found my thoughts drift

    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.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 11, 2012

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    I enjoyed reading Way To Go Kiddo. It is exceptional. The illu

    I enjoyed reading Way To Go Kiddo. It is exceptional. The illustrations are wonderful. I highly recommend this book.

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