I know, first-hand, how daunting it can be to teach a new book, no matter how well written or what a great story it is, if you can't find resources to support it, or those resources do not fit the lesson plan format you use and therefore require extensive revision and reworking.
So, good news! The author's wife, Debbie Shoulders, is a middle school teacher, and she has put together lesson plans that are nearly identical to the LP formats you use.
They've graciously shared several lesson plan samples. In addition, I formatted and included a secondary reading for the paired text lesson, "Children on the Battlefield." These lessons are intended for middle school students, although the text is appropriate for younger, accelerated readers, as well.
Until a full teaching guide is available, I'd encourage you to read the book. I got my copy from my local library, for free, before deciding to buy it.
The LPs are copyrighted, so please credit Debbie Shoulders when you use them.