Special Collections

Japanese Internment Camps

Description: After Pearl Harbor, President Roosevelt forced Japanese-Americans to leave their homes, schools, and businesses for isolated internment camps. This collection of children and y.a. books explain this dark chapter of American history. #teachers


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Category Title Author Date Added Action
Early Readers Baseball Saved Us Ken Mochizuki 08/14/2018
Early Readers The Bracelet Yoshiko Uchida 08/14/2018
Early Readers Flowers from Mariko Rick Noguchi and Deneen Jenks 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Dash Kirby Larson 01/15/2019
Middle Grade Heart of a Champion Ellen Schwartz 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Painting the Rainbow Amy Gordon 08/14/2018
Middle Grade A Diamond in the Desert Kathryn Fitzmaurice 08/14/2018
Middle Grade The Translation of Love Lynne Kutsukake 08/14/2018
Middle Grade A Boy No More Harry Mazer 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Paper Wishes Lois Sepahban 08/14/2018
Middle Grade The Journal of Ben Uchida Barry Denenberg 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Journey Home Yoshiko Uchida 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Red Berries, White Clouds, Blue Sky Sandra Dallas 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Sylvia and Aki Winifred Conkling 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Under the Blood-Red Sun Graham Salisbury 08/14/2018
Middle Grade The Fences Between Us Kirby Larson 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Four-Four-Two Dean Hughes 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Journey to Topaz Yoshiko Uchida 08/14/2018
Middle Grade Weedflower Cynthia Kadohata 08/14/2018
Middle Grade So Far from the Sea Eve Bunting and Chris K. Soentpiet 08/14/2018
Young Adult Imprisoned Martin W. Sandler 08/14/2018
Young Adult Uprooted Albert Marrin 08/14/2018
Young Adult Farewell to Manzanar Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston and James A. Houston 08/14/2018
Young Adult Dust of Eden Mariko Nagai 08/14/2018
Young Adult Thin Wood Walls David Patneaude 08/14/2018

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