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Yoko Kawashima Watkins
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In this sequel to Watkins' fictionalized autobiography So Far from the Bamboo Grove, thirteen-year-old Yoko, her sister Ko, and her brother Hideyo live together in postWorld War II Japan, struggling to make a life for themselves after their harrowing escape from Korea. Yoko's family was stationed in North Korea during World War II while Yoko's father worked as a Japanese government official in nearby Manchuria, but they were forced to flee the country...

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