Too Young to Fight

Too Young to Fight

Memories From Our Youth During World War II

Book - 1999
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2000 Bologna Ragazzi Non-Fiction for Young Adults Award

Shortlisted, 2000 British Columbia Round Table Information Book Award

1999 Teacher Liberian Magazine, Best of the Best issue

Shortlisted, 2001 Rocky Mountain Award

Too Young To Fight is a book of recollections from some of this country's best-loved writers of children's literature. The contributors were children and teenagers during World War II. Though they were far from the fighting and, indeed, too young to participate, they were old enough to remember their impressions and feelings. As they grew up in a tumultuous era, some seemed miraculously untouched while others were profoundly affected. All experienced changes in their lives that shaped the adults they became.

For anyone who did not experience it, this book provides fascinating insight and a tangible link to a formative period in our history. For those who were young themselves at the time, the collection will stir memories and stories long-forgotten. It is our hope that those memories will be shared by people of all ages, and preserved for generations to come.

Contributors include:

    Roch Carrier,
    Christopher Chapman,
    Brian Doyle,
    Priscilla Galloway,
    Dorothy Joan Harris,
    Monica Hughes,
    Joy Kogawa with Timothy Nakayama,
    Jean Little,
    Janet Lunn,
    Claire Mackay, and
    Budge Wilson.



Baker & Taylor
A nostalgic anthology of recollections on WWII includes first-hand observations by now well-known North American writers, educators, and film producers who were then old enough to remember this extraordinary period in American history, but not old enough to be sent into battle.

Baker
& Taylor

Canadian authors Janet Lunn, Dorothy Joan Harris, Brian Doyle, Roch Carrier, Monica Hughes, Jean Little, Christopher Chapman, Joy Kogawa, and Timothy Nakayama share their memories of war-time fears, uncertainties, and adjustments.

Publisher: Toronto : Stoddart, 1999
ISBN: 9780773731905
0773731903
Branch Call Number: 940.53161 Too
Characteristics: 207 p. : ill
Additional Contributors: Galloway, Priscilla 1930-

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