A is for Artists whose artwork reflects the hardships of prison life. E is for Escape as determined prisoners make daring plans to regain their freedom. From Geneva Conventions to Operation Homecoming, Tap Code to Yellow Ribbon, N is for Never Forget takes readers on a compelling journey through wartime history.
Poignant illustrations and stories capture key people, concepts, and memorials to help readers understand and honor the sacrifices endured by men and women prisoners of war and missing in action on behalf of freedom.
- Engaging format interests readers of all levels. Single lines of text describe each letter’s key message, while longer true stories complement full-page color illustrations and bring POW-MIA concepts to life.
- Topics to Discuss and Ways to Honor sections prompt critical thinking, conversations, and calls to action to develop compassionate leaders of the future.
- Ages 8+, grades 4+
Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards – Finalist
Midwest Book Awards – Finalist
“War is a tough topic to explain to children. N is for Never Forget helps families and teachers tackle these challenging concepts in a kid-friendly format.”
—Meg Flanagan, MilKidsEd.com
“True stories and compelling portraits of bravery… [C]hildren are encouraged to honor many unsung heroes while celebrating themes of honor, justice, devotion, and sacrifice.”
—Pallas Gates McCorquodale in Foreword Reviews
“I found myself lost in its pages…. For a moment, I almost forgot that this book was for kids.”
—Lisa Smith Molinari in Stars and Stripes
“My hope is that more Americans can teach their children about the true cost of freedom. Reading this book is a good place to start.”
—Kathleen M. Rodgers for Military Spouse Book Review
“A tremendous endeavor…beautiful, gripping illustrations.”
—Kathy Lawton Brown, Radio Arts Foundation, St Louis, 107.3 FM
“It is spectacular … for people of all ages. Paul Dillon is just a brilliant artist.”
—Blanquita Cullum, host of “The Hard Question,” 1590WCGO Chicago