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MY PAPA

In this children’s book, a little girl is thankful for and appreciative of everything her grandfather does for her, such as taking her on her first plane ride, going to parks and museums with her, and introducing her to family in other states.

 

The story brings to light the important role a father plays in family dynamics. Fathers, men, and all who serve as examples to children teach, expose, and mentor them to grow into valuable members of society in this complex world. Most importantly, such greatness can be achieved by anyone

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HE LOOKS LIKE ME

Through the eyes of a little girl named Sonja, this children’s book tells the story of the first African American Secretary of Defense, Lloyd James Austin, III, and the legend he has become to millions of Americans.  Mr. Austin is a superb role model for both military and civilian Americans, and his life serves as an outstanding example for future generations.

 

His story represents the melting pot of individuals from different races, backgrounds, and cultures who make up the US Military and protect our freedoms. The book shows that with hard work and a commitment to do the right thing we too can be destined for greatness. 

 

He Looks Like Me introduces the world to a great soldier, a hero, and a man of peace, who has proved to be an exemplary leader. Mr. Austin is a humble servant leader who has remained focused on people while leading from the front. He treats others like he wants to be treated—with dignity and respect. This book was created for all children. 

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WALKING IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF THE BRAVE

This children's book is based on the true story of eleven brave African American soldiers who died to help bring peace and freedom to a large part of the world during World War II’s Battle of the Bulge. As members of a US Army field artillery battalion comprised exclusively of African Americans, these men defended millions of oppressed people and made the ultimate sacrifice to help save us all.

 

Through this retelling of their story, readers can understand that we are all members of one race, the human race, and that we must learn to live in peace while loving and respecting one another

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EMILY'S WAY

This children book tells the story of Emily J. T. Perez, the first female minority Cadet Sergeant Major in the history of the United States Military Academy at West Point, the first female graduate of West Point to die in the Iraq War, the first West Point graduate of the “Class of 9/11” to die in combat, and the first female African American officer to die in combat. 

Created to honor Emily, this children’s book illustrates those qualities that endeared her to all who knew her—a soldier who contributed to our great nation’s legacy of courage, professionalism, and commitment to inspiring future generations. Her artifacts are a part of the military inaugural exhibit at the National Smithsonian: Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., and the Army Museum in Fort Belvoir, Virginia.