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The Way We Do It in Japan by Geneva Cobb Iijima
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Feb 08, 11

bookshelves: japan, american, multicultural, relocation-due-to-parents-job, friendship, acceptance
Read in February, 2011

This is such a sweet book! Gregory must move to Japan because his fathers job relocates the family. Greg comes from a multiracial family where his mother is American and his father is Japanese, and his father teaches him "the way we do it in Japan". This is a must read for children who have friends in their class from other cultures. Great ending as well!
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