Abby Johnson's Reviews > Dear Miss Breed: True Stories of the Japanese American Incarceration During World War II and a Librarian Who Made a Difference

Dear Miss Breed by Joanne Oppenheim
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Jan 11, 2008

it was ok
Read in January, 2008

An interesting, though sprawling, book about children in the Japanese internment camps during WWII and one librarian who kept in touch with many of them. Many photos are included along with letters from children in the camps. A great book to look through, but it's very long and not very focused, so I ended up skimming the second half of it. This would be a nice companion book to a more concise history of the internment camps.

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