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A Soldier's Star: The Love and Loss Between a Parent and Child

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A Soldier's Star is a heartwarming story about a little boy who loses his father in the Iraqi war. He is devastated by the death of his father and finds himself to be very angry and hurt. But he soon finds out that their love is stronger than death, and with a little faith and a little hope some wishes do come true, even if they are only in your dreams. The little boy gets ...more
Paperback, 26 pages
Published October 8th 2008 by Not Avail (first published January 1st 2008)
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Liane Carter
Feb 11, 2014 Liane Carter rated it it was amazing
Oh my, I cried reading the prologue. For any child - or adult - who has lost a parent or a loved one what a gift this book is. I am in awe of Deborah Petty and her son for their bravery in pouring their hearts out in this book with the gorgeous story of the relationship between Oliver and his dad and dealing with the loss of him. The illustrations are so warm I just jumped straight into the pictures.
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