Surviving Japanese Occupation as a Young Child

How do young children from ages 9 to their teens survive the trauma of war, in this case, the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines?

The six titles featured here are in the adult voices of these children and listen to them, as they share their horrifying experiences and how they manage to survive the emotional trauma that have touched their souls, experiences that will never be forgotten. These children have been robbed of their childhood, and I know how that feels because I also went through the same experience. Limited copies of these books are for sale at our bookshop and if you also went thru the experience in 194l-45, you will be able to relate to the feelings of these young people while running away from the enemy or being confined at the Internment Camp at Santo Tomas (UST). Email me <linda@philbooks.us> if interested

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