The Moon Bridge by Marcia Savin

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The friendship between San Francisco girls Mitzi Fujimoto and Ruthie Fox is changed when World War II begins and Mitzi and her family are forced to go into an internment camp.
 

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Published January 1, 1992 by Scholastic.
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Ruthie finds it difficult to grasp the changing alliances: former best friend Shirl proves to be a bigoted bully toward Mitzi, while her beloved ``Japanese Tea Garden'' becomes ``Chinese'' for the duration.

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Savin sets her first children's novel in San Francisco during 1942-1945 when Japanese-Americans were forced into internment camps to deflect possible espionage activity. Ruthie, a fifth-grader, is sho

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Savin sets her first children's novel in San Francisco during 1942-1945 when Japanese-Americans were forced into internment camps to deflect possible espionage activity.

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