a lot of history, tells about a french boy in a bad life, he sees hope in all what is happing
I Survived the Battle of D-Day, 1944 (I Survived #18)
By Lauren Tarshis
|Grades 2 - 5
In commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day, Lauren Tarshis shines a spotlight on the story of the Normandy landings, the largest seaborne invasion in history and foundation for the Allied victory in World War II.
Book Reviews (53)
I loved this book because it showed how important D-day did to history
because i love learning new things
I love this book and I think everybody should read it.
I think that this book is very interesting
RIP to my Great-Grandfather and other ancestors that faught in this war but did not make it. And I congradulate my 2 uncles on being in the Airforce and risking there lifes and protecting this country
This book is about when Nazis were trying to get control of WW2 and was talking about how these soldiers where getting prepared and what they were going to do to able to win this war.There was a kid named Victor who was a trooper.And was trying to find different ways to be able to control this war.But when the war came nothing was like it was said.Over 600,000 people died in this war,And over 1,000 people were injured.But eventully the Nazis had lost the war.I give this book a 4 because i like how they gave me information about who was trying to plan this out and was trying to fix the problem they were having.But the only thing i wish they done to this book is to make it longer to give me more info about the people who had died and survied ww2.
I liked the book