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12 edition of I pledge allegiance-- found in the catalog.

I pledge allegiance--

the true story of the Walkers : an American spy family

by Howard Blum

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Simon & Schuster in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States,
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Walker, John Anthony, 1937-,
    • Walker family,
    • Whitworth, Jerry, 1939-,
    • United States. Navy -- Communication systems,
    • Espionage, Soviet -- United States -- History,
    • Anti-submarine warfare -- United States -- History,
    • Anti-submarine warfare -- Soviet Union -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 421-436.

      Statementby Howard Blum.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUB271.R92 W343 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination438 p., [16] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages438
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2391318M
      ISBN 100671626140
      LC Control Number87020700

      This accessible, colorful book divides the Pledge of Allegiance into words and phrases to help children understand its meaning. "Cleverly designed."- Publishers Weekly I Pledge Allegiance by Bill Martin, Jr.   I Pledge Allegiance is a primer in the upside-down way of Jesus, addressed to his would-be disciples in 21st-century America who have divided their loyalties among other lords and “benefactors.”Throughout his book, David Crump juxtaposes an account of American evangelicals’ moral compromises when confusing their nation for the kingdom of God—support for civil authorities’ use of.

      Blue is for loyalty and fairness") and the pledge's origins (it was written by Francis Bellamy in as a poem for children). Simple without being simplistic, this cleverly designed volume spells. Get this from a library! I pledge allegiance. [June Swanson; Rick Hanson] -- Describes how and why the Pledge of Allegiance was written, how it has changed in wording over the years, and precisely what it .

      The Pledge of Allegiance is forever imprinted on their minds." Chris Raschka is the illustrator of many books, including the concrete poetry anthology A POKE IN THE I, edited by Paul B. Janeczko, a NEW YORK TIMES Best Illustrated Children’s Book; and the Caldecott Honor Book YO! Four best friends. Four ways to serve their country. Morris, Rudi, Ivan, and Beck are best friends for life. So when one of the teens is drafted into the Vietnam War, the others sign up, too. Although they each serve in a different branch, they are fighting the war together - and they pledge to do all they can to come home together. Haunted by dreams of violence and death, Morris makes it his.


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Janeczko, a NEW YORK TIMES Best Illustrated Children’s Book; and the Caldecott Honor Book YO!/5(21). I loved the story and the way it helped the students to practice the pledge of allegiance, which they recite every morning.

If you're looking for a book that helps to explain the citizenship process in a way that younger children can understand/5(17). I Pledge Allegiance is the story that follows Morris as he struggles in the battle of Vietnam.

The story starts off with him and his group of friends, Ivan, Beck, and Rudi, barely in high school when Rudi is drafted into the military.4/5.

This is a book that explains the importance of The Pledge of Allegiance, and what it means, so that young children can understand it. It also tells the story about why Young Libby's great aunt immigrated to the United States from Mexico, and why it 4/5.

Although they each serve in a different branch, they are fighting the war together — and they pledge to do all they can to come home d by dreams of violence and death, Morris makes it his personal mission to watch over his friends — and the best place to do that is in the US Navy.

The Pledge of Allegiance is forever imprinted on their minds." Chris Raschka is the illustrator of many books, including the concrete poetry anthology A POKE IN THE I, edited by Paul B. Janeczko, a NEW YORK TIMES Best Illustrated Children’s Book; and the Caldecott Honor Book YO!/5(5).

In I Pledge Allegiance, the authors have undertaken the unenviable task of presenting a fair and balanced approach to a controversial, if not explosive, subject. Their conclusions are bound to resonate positivelywith many readers while at the same time exciting displeasure among others.

I wholly recommend this book to whoever wants to know more about the Vietnam War or about the army. " There are a lot of causes to die for, Morris. Come home from that pointless and immoral war and find one." - Mrs.

Lahar, Vietnam Book 1: I Pledge Allegiance. I Pledge Allegiance. The young characters in the book take a pledge to do all they can to come home together from the war. Ask students to think about the people or ideas they would take a pledge of allegiance or loyalty oath to.

Make copies of the Vietnam: I Pledge Allegianc Writing Activity printable and distribute to students. Challenge them to write their own personal pledges of allegiance to. Libby's great aunt, Lobo, is from Mexico, but the United States has been her home for many years, and she wants to become a U.S.

citizen. At the end of the week, Lobo will say the Pledge of Allegiance at a special ceremony. Libby is also learning the Pledge this week, at school—at the Brand: Random House Children's Books. The Pledge of Allegiance is forever imprinted on their minds." Chris Raschka is the illustrator of many books, including the concrete poetry anthology A POKE IN THE I, edited by Paul B.

Janeczko, a NEW YORK TIMES Best Illustrated Children’s Book; and the Caldecott Honor Book YO. YES?Pages: As students adjust to their new environment, there are celebrations to enjoy, comparisons to make, and songs to sing.

About I Pledge Allegiance “Finally, here’s a picture book that helps young children move beyond rote recitation of the Pledge to find meaning in its language. This is the book parents and teachers have been waiting for.” — Booklist(starred review). This page educational comic book for elementary school-age children includes fun activities and stories that teach how and why we pledge allegiance to our flag.

The comic book's dimensions are /8" x /4". More publications in Americanism Knowledge in a Nutshell. Read a thoughtful opinion essay inspired by I Pledge Allegiance in The Monitor (Texas).

Highlighted Reviews “Libby and her Great Aunt Lobo are learning the Pledge of Allegiance at the same time–but for different reasons Sprinkled with Spanish words, this gentle book explores what it means to be an American from the perspective of both a child and new citizen.”—.

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About I Pledge Allegiance. Libby’s great aunt, Lobo, is from Mexico, but the United States has been her home for many years, and she wants to become a U.S. citizen. At the end of the week, Lobo will say the Pledge of Allegiance at a special ceremony.

I Pledge Allegiance The narrator of the story is Morris and the book is written in his point of view. The story begins with Ivan, Beck, Rudi, and Morris making a /5(7). Buy a cheap copy of I Pledge Allegiance book by Howard Blum. Here is an espionage story that is shocking because it is the true account of John Walker, a Navy Communications expert, who recruited his son, his brother, and his Free shipping over $Cited by:   Libby's great aunt, Lobo, is from Mexico, but the United States has been her home for many years, and she wants to become a U.S.

citizen. At the end of the week, Lobo will say the Pledge of Allegiance at a special ceremony. Libby is also learning the Pledge this week, at school—at the end of the week, she will stand up in front of everyone and lead the class in the Pledge.4/5(3).

The Pledge's early salute was not an ancient Roman salute, and the 'ancient Roman salute' myth came from the Pledge Of Allegiance. It is amazing that books don't examine the issue of whether the pledge should be dropped entirely, especially for young children in government schools.5/5(4).Libby is learning the Pledge of Allegiance in school - - and at the end of the week, her great-aunt Lobo will say the Pledge when she participates in a citizenship ceremony.

Libby is going to lead the class at the end of the week and is nervous; but Lobo practices with her and says the pledge with Libby in front of her stuffed animals. At the end of a long day practicing, Libby and Lobo talk Pages: Reading Religion "In I Pledge Allegiance, Crump makes the fruit of his scholarship available to an educated lay audience in accessible terms with ample examples and apt makes sharp incisions where they count the most and is sparing with inessential details It would play well in small church groups and could benefit undergraduate courses introducing or applying Christian.