We’re thrilled to announce that Trevor Romain’s “With You All the Way: Dealing with Deployment” is now available through Military OneSource! We know that so many of you have been eagerly anticipating this release as much as we have.
Trevor himself penned a blog post for us awhile back, and had this to say about the DVD: “It deals with all stages of deployment; from pre-deployment, deployment, and re-integration. We teach the same main characters, Jack and Skye, how to help their buddies, Darrell, Brittany, and Pablo, deal with their families’ particular stage of deployment. Along the way, I interact with these animated characters and guide them through the story.”
The DVD is designed for children ages 6 through 10, but is equally valuable - and enjoyable! - for older siblings and parents. We hope your family enjoy’s “With You All the Way” as much as we do and that it make deployments just a little bit easier. Watch the trailer below!
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