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Story 12 Nightmares Begin for Molly: 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

Story 12 Nightmares Begin for Molly from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

 

 

Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

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This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

Story 11: White Christmas in San Diego on Thanksgiving Weekend 1942

White Christmas for Molly and Her Family During World War II

 

Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

Order today at: http://tinyurl.com/y7hthh7y

This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

Story 10: Thanksgiving Weekend 1942 from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

Thanksgiving Weekend 1942 from 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II

After Molly had such a terrible Tuesday, she now looks forward to the Thanksgiving Weekend away from the Consolidated B-24 Plant in San Diego and spending the time with her family at Balboa Park.

 
Listen to the author, Wayne Perkins read every word of the book in the way the book was intended to be read!

Order today at: http://tinyurl.com/y7hthh7y

This is the true story of the actions and bravery of 11 heroes flying the B-24 Bomber, The Daisy Mae in the Central Pacific and South Pacific during World War II in the Pacific.

 

Molly’s Work Day at the B-24 Plant in World War II

Molly Alphabet is joined by many female workers from a variety of backgrounds, building massive B-24 and PB4Y Bombers during World War II. This is the 7th Story of 1001 Bedtime Stories of World War II by Wayne Perkins the author of The Last Flight of the Daisy Mae.

1001 Bed Time Stories of World War II


Click on the video above and enjoy the first of a series of

1001 Bed Time Stories of World War II
By Wayne Perkins Author/Voice Actor

“Never underestimate the power of hope.” Lt. Benjamin I. Weiss Navigator the Daisy Mae on July 24, 1943

Soldiers of the Soil from World War II

Soldiers of the Soil…The Life of a Farmer During World War II

 

Farmers played a huge role in winning World War II. They had to feed America and they alone were responsible for feeding the World when the War ended.

This short movie produced by DuPont gives you the idea of the challenges farm families had to overcome to bring us to victory…

Click here to watch the movie and learn about the importance of farming.