The true story of a Japanese man whose children’s lives were tragically cut short by the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
Teenage Refugees From Vietnam Speak Out
ntroduces the history and political situation in Vietnam, and presents a variety of young refugees, who describe the reasons why they had to leave, their travels as refugees, and their experiences adjusting to a new country.
The Children of India
Introduces the variety and richness of culture in India by describing the daily lives of children from different regions and social levels.
China Under Communism
This history of modern China covers the origins, founding, and development of the country’s Communist regime and examines the forces that are pushing the country–nuclear power and the home of a fifth of the world’s population–toward change.
This book explores the importance of carrying things as well as babies and of lending a helping hand by sharing a load.