Pearl Harbor Is Burning!: A Story Of World War Ii by Kathleen V. KudlinskiPearl Harbor Is Burning!: A Story Of World War Ii by Kathleen V. Kudlinski

Pearl Harbor Is Burning!: A Story Of World War Ii

byKathleen V. KudlinskiIllustratorHimler Ronald

Paperback | December 1, 1993

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Frank thought that he'd found a new friend--but he never expected a war to come between them.

It's 1941 , and Frank is miserable. If only his family had never moved to Hawaii. Everyone and everything on the island looks and sounds strange to him. Then Frank meets Kenji, a Japanese-American boy who just might become a friend. But the unthinkable happens--Pearl Harbor is bombed , and by the Japanese! Can Frank and Kenji even be friends?
Kathleen Kudlinksi the award-winning author of more than forty books for children, including  the Boy, Were We Wrong series. She lives in Connecticut and Vermont.
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Title:Pearl Harbor Is Burning!: A Story Of World War IiFormat:PaperbackDimensions:64 pages, 6.66 × 5.1 × 0.25 inPublished:December 1, 1993Publisher:Penguin Young Readers Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0140345094

ISBN - 13:9780140345094

Appropriate for ages: 7 - 11

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In 1941, Frank meets Kenji, a Japanese-American boy who lives in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, where Frank and his family have just moved. But then the unthinkable happens--Pearl Harbor is bombed by the Japanese. Can Frank and Kenji still be friends? "A good springboard for thoughts and discussion of perennial, increasingly visible issues".--Kirkus Reviews