D-Day: American Character

Key Information

D-Day: American Character, Written by Steve Lessman & Illistrated by Christopher Nick

2010 [ISBN: 1-58107-181-7; 32 pages; 8 1/2 x 11 inch; hard cover] $10.95 soft cover, $15.94 hard cover


DDBcovWebThis book can spark discussion about your family’s past and anyone who was a part of World War II. Most families have a living or past ancestor – grandfather, great-grandfather, great-uncle, or cousin – who was a part of WWII. Perhaps your family will want to find a WWII veteran to visit with. You may know one, or can find one in a nursing home or a veteran’s hospital. Your child could read this book to them and tell them “thank you”. Honoring these veterans is a hope of Steve & Chris’, as well as teaching our children.

Our children need to learn about the “greatest generation” so they can pass on the honor, history, and importance of what was accomplished for the sake of freedom. Perhaps the children of today will read this book to their grandchildren, telling them of a veteran they met when they were young.

The Authors

Steve Lessman grew up in Oklahoma and currently lives in Yukon, OK, where he is a family pastor. He and his lovely wife, Stacy, are the proud parents of Garrett, Grace, and Anna. Steve loves to laugh and tell stories, while encouraging families to live life to the full. He hopes to spur on the next generation of heroes, as we learn from heroes of the past. www.americancharacterclub.com

Christopher Nick’s artwork has been featured in major magazines, puzzles, advertising and numerous collectables. D-Day is his fourth picture book. He lives in Oklahoma City with his lovely wife and their three crazy dogs. For more about the artist, visit www.cnickstudio.com.


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