Eyewitness to Japanese Internment

From the Set Eyewitness to World War II

Through narrative nonfiction text, readers learn about the experiences of Japanese Americans in internment camps during World War II, including their work, family life, and efforts to combat prejudice. Additional features to aid comprehension include a table of contents, primary-source quote sidebars, fact-filled captions and callouts, a glossary, an introduction to the author, and a listing of source notes.

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  • Attack on Pearl Harbor
  • Executive Order 9066
  • Moving to the Internment Camps
  • Life in the Camps
  • The End of Internment
  • Glossary
  • Source Notes
  • To Learn More
  • Index
Interest Level Grade 3 - Grade 6
Reading Level Grade 5
Dewey 940.53
Lexile 710
ATOS Reading Level 5.2
Guided Reading Level W
Language English
Publisher The Child's World, Inc.
Format Reinforced book, Hosted ebook
ISBN 9781634074131, 9781503806825
Copyright 2016, 2016
Number of Pages 32, 32
Dimensions 6.5 x 9, 6.5 x 9
Graphics Full-color photographs, Historical photographs

A noteworthy review of Eyewitness to World War II from School Library Connection on October 1, 2016

This comprehensive series does an excellent job of covering the very broad and popular topic of World War II. Each brief volume addresses a different aspect of the war, from important and well-known battles to the contributions and experiences of women and different ethnic groups. The text is informative and detailed and includes a lot of compelling first-person accounts and photographs on every page. The pictures are not graphic or gory, yet still convey the somberness and severity of these events. The inclusion of women and minorities throughout the series is noteworthy as well. Considering the high reading level and difficult subject matter of most World War II nonfiction, this set is a welcome addition for middle grade history buffs! Glossary. Index.

Author: Jill Roesler

Jill Roesler is from southern Minnesota. Along with writing children's books, she also writes for different newspapers. Her favorite subject to research and write about is history. In her free time, Roesler enjoys reading, organizing, travelling, gardening, and writing for fun. This is her first book series.