Attack at Pearl Harbor by Nancy LeSourd
(Liberty Letters)

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In this revised edition, The Liberty Letters® series introduces fictional characters whose courage, ingenuity, and faith shaped events in U.S. history. Through the power of friendship, each story reveals how God works through ordinary teens in extraordinary times. THE ASPIRATIONS OF TWO YOUNG WOMEN PROPEL THEM INTO THE PATH OF A FATEFUL DAY Standing on the airfield in Hawaii, watching a boy her age take his first solo flight, Meredith vows again to learn to fly. In Washington, D.C., her friend Catherine is equally determined to write real news stories for the school newspaper. As December 7, 1941 approaches, the girls have no idea that their faith and their dreams are about to carry them through one of the biggest events in the life of their nation.
 

About Nancy LeSourd

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Nancy LeSourd grew up in Atlanta, Georgia during the turbulent civil rights era of the sixties, where she learned first-hand as a teenager the impact that a young person can have on history. She taught history in middle school and high school before becoming a lawyer. She currently lives with her husband, Jeff, and their children, Luke and Cate at antebellum Evergreen Farm in the Quaker community of Lincoln, Virginia, the site of the adventures of the Underground Railroad book in the Liberty Letters series. For more information, visit www.libertyletters.com
 
Published August 25, 2008 by Zonderkidz. 224 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction