For two boys in a Japanese-American family, everything changed when Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States went to war. With the family forced to leave their home and go to an internment camp, Jimmy loses his appetite. Older brother Taro takes matters into his own hands and, night after night, sneaks out of the camp, and catches fresh fish for Jimmy to help make him strong again.
This affecting tale of courage and love is an adaptation of the author's true family story.
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A “Dear Reader” note relates a brief history of the evacuation and her family’s story, accompanied by archival photographs of the author’s family and the Granada Relocation Center in Colorado. A new and moving look at one of the most disgraceful events in U.S. history, effectively told with childlike surrealism.Read Full Review of Fish for Jimmy: Inspired By O... | See more reviews from Kirkus
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