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By P. Crumble, Sophie Hogarth (Illustrator)
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By Robert Munsch, Michael Martchenko (Illustrator)
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This book is vastly important. It deals with one of the darkest parts of American history that is so often left untaught and overlooked: the internment of Japanese Americans during WWII. This graphic novel tells George Takei’s story of going through that dark time as a child, with the strangeness of growing up in an interment camp, the weight his parents carried for the family, and the deep cultural and personal trauma left behind by the internment-- but also the inspiration this experience gave him to be an activist for change. This book is heavy but oh-so necessary and very moving, and it is truly a very engaging and enthralling read. 

(Young Adult Graphic Novel, Ages 12+) - reviewed by Isabel