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Don't Talk to Me About the War (2008)

by David A. Adler

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13-year-old Tommy doesn't really take an interest in the possibility of America entering the war in Europe. He wants to listen to the Brooklyn Dodgers games on the radio, and spend time with his friend Beth. He is also worried about his mother's declining health.
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FOR MY FAMILY

THANK YOU, Dr. Joseph Straus and Margaret O'Keefe, for talking to me about your mothers' illnesses and treatment; Dr. Joseph C. Yellin, a neurologist, for consulting with me on Mrs. Duncan's medical issues and sharing with me your collection of 1940s medical texts; Amy Berkower and Jodi Reamer, my agents, for your enthusiasm and continued encouragement; and Anne Rivers Gunton, my editor, for your patience, sage suggestions, and constant good cheer. - D.A.A.
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Thirteen-year-old Tommy Duncan just wants to root for the Brooklyn Dodgers and listen to his favorite radio programs. But it?s 1940, and the world is about to change. All his friend Beth wants to discuss is the war in Europe. Don?t talk to Tommy about that, though. He has more immediate concerns? like Beth starting to wear earrings and his mother?s declining health. The stories of a Jewish friend at school, however, begin to make the war more real to him, and Tommy, like the world around him, is sure to be forever changed.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:15:47 -0400)

In 1940, thirteen-year-old Tommy's routine of school, playing stickball in his Bronx, New York, neighborhood, talking with his friend Beth, and listening to Dodgers games on the radio changes as his mother's illness and his increasing awareness of the war in Europe transform his world.… (more)

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