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With the 75th anniversary of the “All-American” approaching in 2017, the 82nd Airborne Division Association is pleased to announce that work has begun on a new commemorative “coffee-table” book honoring  the history of  the division and the service of its veterans. In addition to a detailed military history of the 82nd Airborne Division and its contribution to the defense of our nation and its allies, this book will feature hundreds of biographical portraits of veterans who have proudly served with the 82nd. All current and former 82nd Airborne Division vets, as well as the families of deceased vets, are urged to participate in this historic project.
82nd Airborne Division 75th Anniversary
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Rodney the Lightning Bug and the Golden Medallion
ISBN: 978-1-935001-94-2
Rodney the Lightning Bug and the Golden MedallionSummer is the season when lawns magically come aglow with the yellow light of the little lightning bug. This story allows us to imagine the life of Rodney, who would rather play with friends than listen and learn his lessons. It takes a serious misstep to teach Rodney why it is important to listen, but in the end Rodney learns.

About the Author
Winfrey Blackburn grew up in Frankfort, Kentucky in a family that never hesitated to embellish a tall tale. He majored in English at the University of Virginia and graduated from the University of Virginia School of Law in 1964. He has practiced law in Louisville since 1965, and has authored Putney: A Little Pumpkin With Big Ideas and has co-authored The Kentucky Houses of Stratton Hammond and Country Houses of Louisville 1899 to 1939 with R. Scott Gill.

About the Illustrator

Sylvia Berger is a constant doodler. When visiting most restaurants with her grandchildren, she can be found coloring in a kid’s menu while waiting for her food to arrive. She was born in Canada, but has been a proud naturalized citizen for more than 30 years. She received her undergraduate degree in Fine Arts from the University of Louisville in 1983. She received the Winthrop Allen award for outstanding work as a graduating senior. Her paintings are shown in the Louisville area, but she now has turned her hand to illustrating children’s books. She illustrated Putney: A Little Pumpkin With Big Ideas and is currently working on her third book.

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Local author illuminates minds

8 1/2" x 11" hard cover
48 pages

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