Remember Me
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Remember Pearl Harbor : American and Japanese Survivors Tell Their Stories
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TYPE
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Children's - Grade 4-6, Age 9-11 
READABILITY
6.1 
PAGES
58 pages  
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ISBN 9781426322488
Publisher Summary
Shares anecdotes about the attack on Pearl Harbor from people who were there, including pilot Haruo Yoshino, sailor Charles Christensen, and civilian Claire Becker.

This landmark volume will provide young readers with valuable insights into both the Japanese and American points of view and demonstrate why people on both sides feel the need to remember Pearl Harbor. 

Many people today still remember the infamous morning of December 7, 1941. Compelling narrative laced with first-person accounts from both American and Japanese survivors combines with dramatic archival images and a brief overview to paint a vivid portrait of what it was like to have witnessed, participated in, and lived through the surprise attack on Pearl Harbor.
 
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