Silver Like Dust

Silver Like Dust

One Family's Story of America's Japanese Internment

eBook - 2012
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A young girl growing up in rural Pennsylvania eschews her Japanese heritage until she learns the details of the time her grandmother spent in an internment camp along with 112,000 other Japanese Americans after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.
Publisher: New York : Pegasus Books, 2012.
ISBN: 9781453226162
1453226168
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Grant, Kimi Cunningham
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LMcShaneCLE Jan 26, 2012

I would highly recommend this to educators as required reading for seventh and eighth grade students. It provideds a context to understanding history through personal experience and should encourage students to relate their own family histories. Kimi Cunningham Grant's style is subtle and affecting. Her book brings out the many dimensions of our country's continued struggle for civil rights.

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Dec 08, 2012

green_wolf_271 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 12 and 99

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Fujii Jan 04, 2013

"Of course, I was oblivious to the fact that in all my efforts to be un-Japanese, I was joining that same old--and very Japanese--narrative of haji, or shame, that my mother had been participating in when she'd whispered her secret about my grandparents. The same one that had kept my family silent about those years in a Wyoming prison camp."
--Kimi Cunningham Grant

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