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Sadako of Hiroshima

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Manorama Jafa's Sadako of Hiroshima, published by Ratna Sagar, has travelled to many countries as part of an exhibition promoting peace called 'Hello Dear Enemy'. It is a true, heart-warming story of a young Japanese girl who became a symbol of the innocent victims of the 1945 Hiroshima bombing. Sadako Sasaki, exposed to the atom bomb explosion at the tender age of two, su ...more
Paperback, 16 pages
Published October 15th 2013 by Ratna Sagar
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Mio Takasaki
Apr 21, 2016 Mio Takasaki rated it really liked it
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2. 04/07=50 minutes; 04/08=10 minutes; 04/10=20 minutes.
3. Sadako/running/leukaemia/sick/crane/die
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a. This book was non-fiction story. A girl who likes running suddenly became sick because of atomic
bomb. This story was about her short life.
b. This incident happened in Japan but I did not experience it. I could image and know about this wrong incident to read this book.
5. I was so sad reading this book. I hope the accident like this story will not happen forever. I think Sadako was so tend
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