Captured by the Enemy is looking for teacher reviews

Captured by the Enemy is a book that retraces the steps of WWII POW Carl Leroy Good. It was written so that his amazing story could be shared along with the WWII history that went with it. Through interviews, memoirs, division reports, WWII records and books, and lots of research, this book takes you for a ride in Carl’s jeep as they move across North Africa and into Sicily. When Carl is captured in Sicily, his life is changed forever and the first two chapters deal with that change as he tries to readjust to normal life. Unfortunately, life can never be the same as he returns to the war in his dreams.

Author, Crystal Aceves, is currently looking for teachers (3rd grade to post high school) who would be interested in reading a free Kindle version of Captured by the Enemy. Carl would have been 96 years old on July 3, 2015. Therefore, in his honor, this book can be downloaded FREE from Amazon Kindle for these three days only–July 3, 2015-July 5, 2015!

Click here to get Captured by the Enemy on Amazon Kindle

In exchange, the author asks for an honest Amazon review and that participating teachers fill out the contact form below. Besides the free Kindle download on the days listed above, any teacher who responds by leaving a review will be entered to win a $100 gift card to purchase classroom supplies at . The chances of winning will depend on the number of teachers who participate (must have at least three submissions to hold drawing). Only one gift card will be randomly selected for one lucky teacher. All forms with required suggestions will be due by Saturday, July 25, 2015. The winner will be announced and contacted through email on Monday, July 27, 2015.

(UPDATE–I did not have enough submissions to have a winner, but I will do one more free day soon and the contest will continue. Keep your eyes open for the new contest date!)

Please pass this information on to any teacher who might be interested. Thank you!


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