Willy and Sherman: Battle on the Beach
Sometimes, in the midst of battle, unlikely things occur. Characters who appear less gifted achieve things that transform them into heroes.
Willy, a high-spirited jeep, is convinced he is better than all the other jeeps. Sherman, a worried tank, is uncertain of his abilities in combat. They form a friendship on an army supply ship bound for England during World War II.
While in England, they train hard for the part they will play in the invasion of France. They try their best, but Willy and Sherman are bullied and teased for their poor wartime skills.
When D-Day begins, Willy’s and Sherman’s brave actions and selfless care of others benefit even their bullies. When Willy and Sherman are damaged and end up as spare parts for other vehicles, their situation looks hopeless. But what occurs next is something they’d never dream could happen.
This juvenile fiction introduces the reader to the epic battle of D-Day, the values of loyal friendship, and overcoming adverse events.
Willy and Sherman: Battle of the Bulge
Can Addie save her town?
Join Willy and Sherman, best friends since fighting together on D-Day, as they take part in America’s biggest battle of World War II, the Battle of the Bulge.
When Willy and his friend Butch are surrounded by Germans in the town of Bastogne, Sherman and Bulldog race to save them.
The situation looks hopeless until Willy’s new friend Addie, a twelve-year-old girl, steps forward and does something no one else can do to try and save the town.Excitement and danger await in this new adventure of daring bravery and friendship.