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REMF Bibliography

A Bibliography of Viet Nam War Literature

Compiled by David A. Willson with Nancy Kendall

Children's Literature

Contents: Cartoons & Comics | Children's Literature | Drama | Graphic Novels | Miscellaneous | Novels | Poetry | Pornography | Proofs | Reviews | Screenplays | Short Stories

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  • Baillie, Allan. Little Brother. London, Great Britain: Blackie & Son Ltd., 1985 (cloth cover, dust jacket).
    [children's story of brothers escaping the war in Cambodia]
  • Bunting, Eve. The Wall. (illustrated by Ronald Himler). New York: Clarion Books, 1990. (cloth cover, dust jacket).
    [children's book about a boy and his father who visit the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and find the name of the boy's grandfather who was killed in the war]
  • Caldwell, John C. Let's Visit Vietnam. New York: John Day, 1966 (cloth cover, dust jacket).
  • Coutant, Helen (pictures by Vo-Dinh). First Snow. New York: Alfred A. Knopf (Borzoi Book), 1974.
    ["SUMMARY: With the help of her grandmother and the first snow she has ever seen, a little Vietnamese girl begins to understand how death can be accepted as a natural part of life." -- children's story]
  • Donnelly, Judy. A Wall of Names: the Story of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. New York: Random House, 1991 (juvenile literature, "A Step 4 Book, Grades 2-4", large format paperback).
  • Huynh Quang Nhuong. The Land I Lost. [ill. by Vo-Dinh Mai] New York: Harper & Row (Harper Trophy), 1982 (1st Harper Trophy edition, large format paperback).
  • Nhuong, Huynh Quang.
    [see: Huynh Quang Nhuong]
  • Newman, Bernard. Let's Visit Vietnam. London: Burke Publishing Co., 1971, (c)1967 (cloth cover).
  • Osborne, Leone Neal. Than Hoa of Viet-Nam. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1966.
    [children's story about a boy and his family in a Vietnamese village, threatened by a prowling tiger (metaphor for the coming war?) -- written by the wife of a U.S. Army Colonel]
  • Tran-Khanh-Tuyet. The Little Weaver of Thai-Yen Village. [written in Vietnamese by Tran-Khanh-Tuyet; translated into English by Christopher N.H. Jenkins & Tran-Khanh-Tuyet; illustrated by Nancy Hom] San Francisco: Children's Book Press, 1987 (rev. ed. -- original edition (c)1977).
    [Children's book in both English and Vietnamese]

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