“Jeeps at War”

"Jeeps at War" by Robert A. Fletcher

Do you have a young Jeep enthusiast in your household? More then likely if you own a Jeep and have kids, the enthusiasm for Jeeps go hand in hand.. it does not discriminate with age. 🙂 A youngsters mind is craving information and the best way to get them to read is by giving them something that interest them and why not combine the both with a little history too! For a young Jeep enthusiast you may want to introduce them to the book “Jeeps at War” by Robert A. Fletcher. “Jeeps at War” is part of Fletcher’s “The Little Red Jeep” series. You can find “Jeeps at War” at Amazon.com 🙂

About The Book
Jeeps at War is both an educational and entertaining book for young readers and their parents. It portrays Jeep history from design and engineering to how it was used during World War II. It also the story of our courageous men and women who served America during the four year World War II period from 1941 to 1945. By teamwork and their undaunted faith, they were a symbol to our culture.”

About the Author
Robert A. Fletcher is a Korean War veteran, United States Army Infantry who served with the German Occupational Forces as a corporal in the 69th Infantry Regiment Headquarters Company liaison. Bob paints in a reconstructed barn overlooking a pond on his farm in the hamlet of New Milford in New York’s Hudson Valley. Bob and his wife Elizabeth have four children and they enjoy spending time with their eight grandchildren.

Other Jeep books by Robert A Fletcher your child may like in the Little Red Jeep series are:
“How It’s Made”
“My Friend the Little Red Jeep”
“12 Months on the Farm”
“Visits New York City”
“Goes to Town”

Written by Andrew

"You're telling me it's got four wheels, two seats and goes faster than the speed limit? Good, I'm driving."


  1. I sure wish I would have known this before Christmas. Oh well, Kyle has a birthday in May and that will do as well. His Dad and I met at a Jeep rally and Kyle was most likely conceived on one of our trips! So you know he loves Jeeps as much as we do. He’s almost tall enough to reach the pedals and see of the steering wheel at the same time. It’s a day we’ve all been looking forward to so he can learn how to drive the family Jeep. Don’t worry about watching for him on the road as we live in the country and have about 300 acres for him to practice on!


  2. My son is too young to read yet, but I do read to him. I’m going to get this series of books. By the time he can go off road with me he’ll have a pretty good background under his belt. I don’t want to wish his life away but I want to be able to take him with me.


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