September 11, 2001, changed our country. We were attacked, lives lost, heroes helped save others whether firefighters, police officers or passengers on a plane. Still more lives were changed as those in the Armed Forces were called to war. Written by the mother of one such soldier, this book of poems and essays opens with chapters that can help other families know they are not alone. There are suggestions for ways to get through what will surely be one of the hardest times in a family's life. The author hopes you find comfort and help in the pages within.
This the second installment in a poetry anthology by A.M. Arndt, the first was The Younger Years: Behind Closed Doors.
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