One April Morning by Nancy Lamb
Children Remember the Oklahoma City Bombing

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This book speaks eloquently to millions of children who watched the Oklahoma City disaster on tevision and others who have suffered trauma of their own. Written in close collaboration with Oaklahoma City's chidren's therapist and teachers.
 

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Nancy Lamb is the author of forty-three books of fiction andNancy Lamb is the author of forty-three books of fiction and nonfiction for children and adults. She has taught writing nonfiction for children and adults. She has taught writing at workshops in Singapore; Athens, Georgia; and Big Sur, Calat workshops in Singapore; Athens, Georgia; and Big Sur, California, and is currently working on a new book. She can be ifornia, and is currently working on a new book. She can be reached through her Web site, nancylamb.com. reached through her Web site, nancylamb.com. The illustrator of more than?sixty children's books, Floyd Cooper is?a past recipient of the Coretta?Scott King Award for Illustration and a four-time recipient of the Coretta Scott King Honor Award. He lives in Pennsylvania with his family. Visit his website at www.floydcooper.com.
 
Published April 1, 1996 by Lothrop Lee & Shepard. 1 pages
Genres: Children's Books, History.

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Fifty Oklahoma City children, ranging in age from three to 14, offer their memories of and feelings about the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, whose 169 fatalities included 19 childre

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""`The first night it rained, it seemed like God was crying, too,' said Emili."" Without diminishing the horror of the disaster, Lamb introduces each section of quotes by describing a specific incident or event related to the bombing, conveying images deftly shaped for her young audience: ""When...

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