At 11 years old, Hunter Scott watched the movie Jaws with his father and listened to a horrifying story about a navy ship sinking after delivering the bomb that got dropped on Hiroshima. Three years later, he became the youngest person to ever testify before a Senate Arms Committee. His journey is a testament to the determination and courage of one boy with the bravery to speak out against injustice and go the distance to set it right. History Fair tells the story of Hunter’s efforts to clear the name of a Captain wrongfully court martialed for the sinking of his ship, the USS Indianapolis.
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About the Author
Jeannie Depp is the pen name used by JT Larson for books other than children's books. For kids' books, look for titles by Jeanne Gonser.