The novelist Susan Goodman, herself a child of the Second World War, wanted to commemorate and celebrate the experiences of a special generation before they were lost to history. When she appealed for stories, she was overwhelmed by the response. This remarkable book is the result, a rich tapestry of the dramatic, amusing, poignant and everyday during the 20th century's greatest conflict, through a child's eyes.
"Excellent Personal Perspectives"
Prolific science writer Susan E. Goodman has delighted young audiences with her informative and always entertaining works. In It's a Dog's Life, Goodman explores such canine quandaries as, ''Why do dogs sniff everything?'' and ''What do they see when they look at a sunset?'' Goodman's engaging, humorous writing style grabs young listeners and proves the perfect vehicle for offering choice tidbits on canine evolution, breeds, and behavior.