A memoir that recalls America’s most unpopular war in the 20th century. During my Air Force husband’s long absence in Vietnam, our five children and I lived among other waiting families in Schilling Manor, a community located in Salina, Kansas. There has never been another like it.
Many people have never heard of a pygmy hippopotamus. Fewer than three thousand exist today. Most of them live in Liberia and West Africa’s Ivory Coast. Conservationists are concerned about their future survival in the wild, where illegal logging is their biggest threat. Cutting down their habitat’s rare trees means less food.