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Lessons in Freedom

Vol. 73, Prg. 11–15
February 26–March 2, 2007

As you shop at the grocery store or take a family stroll around the block, remind your children that the freedom we enjoy today cost the lives of many men and women. Tune in as Mike Smith outlines some ways your family can help preserve this freedom, and show appreciation to the brave members of our military.

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Care and Correspondence
Social Studies and Citizenship
On the Home Front
Honoring Our Veterans
Telling Their Stories
Nicholas Rider

Nicholas Rider

Fourteen-year-old homeschooler Nicholas Rider spent two years interviewing and recording the experiences of over 100 veterans to produce his book, America’s True Heroes. It is his hope that readers will feel a sense of appreciation for what all veterans and active duty personnel have done for our country. Nicholas also enjoys reading World War II history, building model airplanes, collecting stamps, and listening to big band music. As a member of the Civil Air Patrol, he is working towards a pilot’s license.

To order America’s True Heroes: Stories of American Veterans, send a check or money order for $20 + $3 shipping and handling to:

Nicholas Rider
P.O. Box 488
Monroe, WA 98272

Please include a note with your order if you would like Nicholas to autograph your book.

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