A Day to Remember

A Day to Remember

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Steve S. Singh's A Day to Remember commemorates September 11th as the ten year anniversary approaches. In a long for poem that is all at once passionate, patriotic, and educational, Singh tells not only the story of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, but also of entering into war in the east, and the search for Bin Laden, the man behind 9/11. The heart of this book, however, lies in Singh's descriptions of America's incredible effort to restore a sense of hope, safety, and spirit while struggling to recover from the shock and devastation of lives lost and overcome an unshakable fear and uncertainty of the future. This book is an essential read for all who can still answer Singh's question, "Where were you that September morn?" and for the younger generations who need to hear those stories. Though it is not easy for anyone to think back on this day, Singh leaves the reader feeling hopeful with the remind that, "America the beautiful is the place to be / Virtues of Love, Hope and Faith / This our blessed nation did demonstrate."show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 32 pages
  • 139.95 x 215.9 x 1.78mm | 49.89g
  • Vantage Press
  • United States
  • English
  • 0533164982
  • 9780533164981

About Steve S Singh

Steve S. Singh grew up and was educated in Trinidad and Tobago. As a young adult he received an accounting degree from Western Business College in Toronto. Now residing in Queens, New York, Singh works as a school bus driver and enjoys reading, collecting coins and antiques, and spending time with his two sons. As a longtime New Yorker who distinctly remembers how it felt to be in the city on 9/11 trying to help his co-workers find their way home in the midst of the upset and chaos, Singh was moved to publish "A Day to Remember" after the capture and death of Bin Laden, feeling that this resolution allowed him to fully recover from the attacks on September 11th.show more