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Charles Bruckerhoff
Plowman: Harvest of Grain and Innocence

Adult; General Fiction (including literary and historical); (Publish)

At 12, Stella Young and Hana Sanada enrolled in the Stanton Academy for Humanity, where learning was hard, imparted truth, justice, morality, and built character. Students retitled the school Sustainable Farming on Steroids. One day, the girls discovered the wartime journals of their two great-grandfathers, who served in WWII. And a wartime journal of Stella’s grandfather, who served in Vietnam. Now, many years after the wars ended, the girls began turning the journals into a book-length manuscript. Their thoughts about the book's themes changed abruptly. Stella's father was an infantry captain, serving in Afghanistan. One evening, army officers arrived to inform Olivia, her mother, and Stella, that their beloved husband and father had been killed in battle. This horrific news crushed their whole family. The girls researched the deeply troubling