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I'll Be Looking at the Moon
by Franklin Hawkeye Melzer


Overview - The Village, a government sponsored housing project built in the 1940s, was more than bricks and mortar. It was a place that produced stories of triumph and tragedy, of unending friendships and journeys taken, of awakening and coming of age. Although not occupied by kings and princes, it nevertheless was Camelot for three boys-Jordan, Jack, and Carlo.  Read more...

 
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Overview
The Village, a government sponsored housing project built in the 1940s, was more than bricks and mortar. It was a place that produced stories of triumph and tragedy, of unending friendships and journeys taken, of awakening and coming of age. Although not occupied by kings and princes, it nevertheless was Camelot for three boys-Jordan, Jack, and Carlo.

Situated in a small factory town in Connecticut, the Village became home to a unique and diverse group of people. With the advent of World War II, the lives of the Village's residents became immersed in the daily events happening overseas. But for Jordan, Jack, and Carlo, the Village was the perfect place to spend their childhood.

"I'll Be Looking at the Moon" shares the trials and tribulations of young people enduring and persevering during the World War II era. Author Franklin Hawkeye Melzer captures the period in a profound and poignant manner, transporting readers to a simpler time.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780595363711
  • ISBN-10: 0595363717
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • Publish Date: September 2005
  • Page Count: 96


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