[audio] Children’s book author shares her inspiration

Sara Hoagland Hunter and Julia Miner (left)

Award-winning children’s book author Sara Hoagland Hunter, and illustrator Julia Miner, shared the “story behind the story” with BA Independent Living residents. Sara talks about her challenges and successes researching and authoring the book The Unbreakable Code, a story about Navajo Code Talkers – remarkable men who helped the US win World War II.

In this conversation with the BA, Sara tells us how her own journey into this little-known world unfolded.

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2 Responses to [audio] Children’s book author shares her inspiration

  1. AMELIA ALVES says:

    IT WAS A NICE SURPRISE TO FIND SARA HOAGLAND HUNTER HERE!
    SHE’S REALLY GOOD! I READ HER BOOK, I LOVED IT, AND NOW I’M ABOUT TO BUY HER NEWEST ONE, “LIGHTHOUSE SANTA”.

  2. Susan Deal says:

    Sara and her sister-in-law Robin are the best writers I know, and to learn of this wonderful book and its devotion to the code talkers is a wonderful discovery. I look forward to reading it, while knowing generations of children (and adults) to come will find this vital legacy alive and well in its pages.

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