Annie's War Paperback

by Jacqueline Levering Sullivan;

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Annie's War

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World War II has been over for a year but not for the Howard family. Eleven-year-old Annie worries about her daddy, who was declared missing in action, and her mama, who believes that her husband is dead. Then Annie's appendix bursts, and she's stuck in the hospital for over a month. / During her stay, she gets an unusual visitor President Harry S. Truman. Though everyone insists he's a figment of her imagination, the president offers Annie the friendship and support she desperately needs. / Annie faces more family tension when she's sent to recuperate at her grandma's house. Grandma has taken in a new tenant, Miss Gloria Jean Washington, a young black woman fleeing discrimination and her own sad past. Annie's Uncle Billy, a bitter WWII veteran, is furious because he doesn't want colored so close to home. / With the help of Mr. Truman, Annie tries to understand her uncle's behavior, her daddy's absence, and Miss Gloria's sorrow. And she begins to realize that some consequences of war leave permanent scars.

Annie's War by Jacqueline Levering Sullivan was published by Eerdmans Publishing Company in January 2009 and is our 62156th best seller. The ISBN for Annie's War is 9780802853547.

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Details for Annie's War

Page last updated 15th April 2014
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback / softback
PublisherEerdmans Publishing Company (January 2009)
Number of Pages183
Thickness13 mm
Height192 mm
Width139 mm
Product Code4102462
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