Wife co-author of Harford County book on children in Ukraine

A woman from Harford County is one of 14 authors to write a book of short stories about children entangled in the middle of the war. The proceeds of the book will go to an organization that helps children in Ukraine. While it’s hard for most people to turn away from images of damage and destruction in Ukraine, Pamela Floyd couldn’t turn away. She said she has tasted what destruction feels like. “In 2000 we had a house fire and we lost everything. I can’t imagine losing your house and your land,” Floyd said. “I can’t imagine these kids going through it and seeing people getting killed right before their very eyes.” Floyd said she couldn’t help but think of her four children when she heard about the stories of children in Ukraine, children affected by the war “I went through all the media I can find. I went back and listened to all the children in Ukraine, believe me, it was a crying experience,” she said. her mind around the pain, Floyd decided to act. She joined 13 other writers from around the world. Together they wrote the book ‘Children of War’, a mix of fiction and non-fiction, based on the experiences of children in Ukraine. All proceeds from the book will go to Voices of Children, an aid organization in Ukraine. “It’s just so people don’t forget about the kids, and maybe they do something to help the kids a little bit more,” Floyd said. “I don’t think children should be collateral damage.” The digital version of the book is available for pre-order. The hardcover version will be available on August 24. Floyd said she and the rest of the authors plan to write more books for the benefit of children around the world.

A woman from Harford County is one of 14 authors to write a book of short stories about children entangled in the middle of the war. The proceeds of the book will go to an organization that helps children in Ukraine.

While it’s hard for most people to turn away from images of damage and destruction in Ukraine, Pamela Floyd couldn’t turn away. She said she had tasted what destruction feels like.

“In 2000 we had a house fire and we lost everything. I can’t imagine losing your house and your land,” Floyd said. “I can’t imagine these kids going through it and seeing people getting killed right before their very eyes.”

Floyd said she couldn’t help but think of her four children when she heard the stories of children in Ukraine, children affected by the war.

“I went through all the media I can find. I went back and listened to all the children in Ukraine, believe me, it was a crying experience,” she said.

So instead of trying to wrap her mind around the pain, Floyd decided to act. She joined 13 other writers from around the world. Together they wrote the book ‘Children of War’, a mix of fiction and non-fiction, based on the experiences of children in Ukraine.

All proceeds from the book will go to Voices of Children, an aid organization in Ukraine.

“It’s just so people don’t forget about the kids, and maybe they do something to help the kids a little bit more,” Floyd said. “I don’t think kids should be collateral damage.”

The digital version of the book is available for pre-order. The hardcover version will be available on August 24.

Floyd said she and the rest of the authors plan to write more books for children around the world.

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