Desert Exile

Desert Exile

The Uprooting of A Japanese American Family

eBook - 1982
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Publisher: Seattle : University of Washington Press, c1982
Characteristics: 154 p. : ill., ports. ; 22 cm

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ZackApplewhite Sep 09, 2015

"Desert Exile" is a realistic but often breathtaking account of life as a Japanese American during WWII, with an emphasis on the Japanese Internment camps. Yoshiko Uchida tells a story that tugs at the heart strings and fills you with both pride and shame for our American history. I recommend this book for anyone looking for a realistic view of life inside the Japanese interment camps, accounts of American history, or just a good uplifting story. Appropriate for ages 12 and up (though it is likely that only those 16 and up will appreciate it)

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