Cooper and Me and the Military is a really cute book about realizing that even though family may not be near they are still always in our thoughts. There are things you can do even with family miles away by creating new memories and sharing it with them, by letter writing, pictures, email, and phone.
In this story you will meet Trooper who is Cooper’s best friend. Trooper was adopted by Gracie and Joe and their parents, who both serve in the military. When you read this story you will find out how this family stays close depsite being seperated. This is a great book to read by all military families. Even non-military families could benefit from this if they have family far away.
This book as well as the Cooper and Me series books include 4 interactive features: a special memory creation, life lesson, connections, and learning together. In the back of the book you will find activities that help children name and process their own feelings about what they read by answer questions and an activity.
My daughter and I read this book together and she loved. She loved the colorful pictures in the book as well as the story itself. I really enjoyed reading it. I think the kids in the story did a wonderful thing for their parents who are both in the military. I thought the kids were very thoughtful. I know the parents really had to love what they did too. It was really touching. I don’t want to tell you what it is or it will spoil the story. It’s a very heartfelt book. It’s one that will stay one of our favorites. We are really big fans of the Cooper and Me series.
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