Books In Sync Recognizes Children’s Literature Author Marjorie Haun
Books In Sync Children’s Literature Author Marjorie HaunIncludeThe Heroes Of The VietnamWar Books Little Bird Dog And The Big ShipAndSaving The Vietnamese Orphans.
Author Marjorie Haun
is a commentator, reporter, and satirist aswell as an author of children’s books. She has written andmaintained her own website, ReaganGirl.com, for 2 years. Herworks include articles for The Heritage Foundation’s Foundry, TheDaily Pamphlet, The American Thinker, as well as numerous smallnewspapers and websites. Topics she has covered over the yearsrange from missile defense to Pearl Harbor to Education. Herbackground in Special Education has given her a deep of understanding about what is appealing to children of all ages, andall developmental stages. She has written and directed short playsand home-grown musicals as well. Experiences on the stage as anactress and singer have added to her sense of narrative and dramawhich she takes with her into the pages of her stories.Marjorie Haun is the proud mommy of four wonderful childrenand presently makes her home in the rugged and beautiful countryof Western Colorado.Marjorie’s books are for educational and patriotic purposes, but they're also a tribute to our heroes whonever got the thank you they deserved when they returned from Vietnam. She lost her oldest brother in1970 when his swiftboat was ambushed. These books are from her heart and she is so happy to sharestories of true heroism from that era.Author Marjorie Haun’s books are for readers K-6. Any kid with a 2nd grade and up reading level canread them independently but they are enjoyable for all ages.
Little Bird Dog And The Big Ship
Saving The Vietnamese Orphans
Books One and Two,respectively in the series, “The Heroes of the Vietnam War: Books for Children.”
Little Bird Dog And The Big Ship – by Marjorie Haun
The Heroes of the Vietnam War: Book One
South Vietnamese Airforce Major Bung-Ly narrowly escapes being shot down as he takes off from ConSon Island in his little Cessna Bird Dog. The plane is too heavy to fly for long because his five young