New York: Atheneum, 1978. Hardcover First Edition
First printing. One of only two books written by this prolific author which deals with the experiences of being interned in a Japanese concentration camp during World War II; born in Alameda, California, Uchida and her family were sent to Topaz in the Utah desert, and her experiences returning at the end of the war formed the basis for this story of twelve-year old Yuki and her parents as they try to reconstruct their lives amidst strong anti-Japanese feelings which breed fear, distrust, and violence, but also with the help of each other and some good friends. Illustrated with black and white drawings by Charles Robinson. 131 pp. Ex-library with markings and significant reading wear, but in a near fine, unmarked, dust jacket. .ISBN # 0-689501269
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