On December 7, 1941, an unprepared and pacifist America is suddenly thrown
into World War II. Young men and women from every corner of the USA leave their
homes and schools for military service or jobs in the newly developing war
industries. In West Virginia, See Bird Carpenter, Choctaw legend, must advise
and try to prepare his young grandson, Stu Carter, for what is to come before
the young man embarks on a long, four year, two ocean war.
Author Karl L. Stewart, 192 pages, Softcover