Here you will find an array of books by Heather French Henry.  In the Adventures of Claire, Heather authored and illustrated the 5 book series being sold in book stores nationwide and oline.  Click on the books below to order yours today personally autographed. 

Pepper's Purple Heart: A Veterans Day Story

Claire and Robbie learn about the importance of our Military Veterans through a lesson taught by General Jones, Claire's neighbor.  Pepper, Claire's beloved dog helps to play an important role in this lesson.

 

Flying Away

Claire, Robbie and Pepper take their first flight and learn about the history of aviation.

 

Life, Liberty & the Pursuit of Jellybeans: A Fourth of July Story

Claire, Robbie and Pepper are off on another amzing adventure with Benjamin Franklin to learn about the Declaration of Independence.

 

What Freedom Means to Me: A Flag Day Story

Claire and Robbie learn about what freedom means to different people by consrtucting their very own freedom flag!

 

Claire's Magic Shoes

Learning about volunteering Claire, Robbie and Pepper spend a day trying to cheer up a very sad patient and the local children's Hospital.

 

Literary Collaborations

The image of the U.S. Marines raising the Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima may very well be the most famous photograph of all time. While Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal s iconic picture captured in the final stages of World War II fuses the men into a single historic unit, they remain six individuals and each was an American woman s precious baby boy. From an overall historical viewpoint, given that what we see in the photograph is American teamwork, courage and victory, the individual identities may not matter; nonetheless each of the six men has a unique background and traveled a distinctive path to reach the summit of Mt. Suribachi. Through exhaustive research into sources public and private, Ron Elliott has detailed the heart-warming and heart-wrenching drama that is the life and legacy of one of the flag raisers, Franklin Runyon Sousley. Sousley s story is related with all the tragedy, humor and excitement that compose the remarkable life of one chosen by fate to be representative of the thousands of Americans who sacrificed so much to preserve our way of life.