Hiroshima Dreams by Kelly Easton

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About Kelly Easton

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Kelly Easton is the author of Walking on Air and The Life History of a Star, which was a Teen Readers Book Sense Top Ten book and a Golden Kite Award Honor winner. She has published stories in such literary journals as the Connecticut Review, the Paterson Literary Review, Iris, and Frontiers. Kelly Easton lives in Jamestown, Rhode Island.
Published October 4, 2007 by Dutton Children's. 220 pages
Genres: Young Adult, War, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lin is extraordinarily shy but forms a bond with Obaachan, her Japanese grandmother, who comes to live with Lin’s multi-racial family in New England.

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The novel is parceled into three sections, the first of which is devoted to narrator Lin's early childhood, after her grandmother comes from Japan to live with the introverted five-year-old and her interracial family (Lin's father is of Irish descent).

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