Most kids are familiar with the feeling of digging through relatives' old things and finding treasures. Charlene, Krista, and Joshua are visiting their grandparents when they come across a box of their grandfather's World War II items, and learn that he was a prestigious Tuskegee Airman during the war. As he explains the importance of this group, he also reveals that their grandmother served at Tuskegee, though not as a pilot.
Written for early readers and complemented with gorgeous watercolor illustrations, this picture book is a wonderful introduction to the contributions of African Americans during WWII. Accompany Charlene, Krista, and Joshua on a brief journey through their family history.
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