Books tagged: military children

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Soldier's Child
Price: Free! Words: 730. Language: English. Published: December 19, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Fiction
It happens everyday: a young child watches their father leave on a deployment. How do you explain to a child the importance of his job? Soldier's Child tenderly examines this question through the eyes of a child, bringing both father and child to a heart-warming conclusion.
Dad and Me: Twice Goodbye
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 1,140. Language: English. Published: August 15, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Family / General, Fiction » Inspirational
Max shares his experience of having a dad in the military. His dad is a soldier and a nurse. After given an overseas assignment, he is sent to an army hospital to take care for injured soldiers. Max and his brother, John, have to say goodbye to their dad more than once. He and his younger brother wait for months in anticipation for their dad to return home.
Triorion: Reborn - Part II (Book Four)
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 125,780. Language: English. Published: May 31, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Space opera, Fiction » Fantasy » Epic
With the Alliance Fleet scattered and the Motti’s Dissembler weapon laying waste to the last habitable worlds, Jetta Kyron faces an enemy who will use this time of strife and suffering to seize power over the Starways. With death at her heels and the powers of an ancient evil at her fingertips, Jetta finds herself tumbling down a path she swore she would never take.
Fighting Tom (Jerry the Kat series)
Price: Free! Words: 18,780. Language: English. Published: February 1, 2015. Categories: Fiction » Children’s books » Boys & Men
In Fighting Tom, Jerry heads to Army boot camp to join an elite force like no other. He and his fellow felines train to sniff out danger. From overweight house cats to disciplined purebreds, the Fighting Toms pull together to battle barrack’s bullies and jealous dog handlers. Through it all, the toms learn what it means to be a team. And learn the most important lesson of all: never quit trying.