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Brokaw, Tom, The Greatest Generation, Random House, 1998.

Brokaw recounts the firsthand experiences of World
War II veterans and the women they left behind. The
range of experiences and sentiments captured in this
book are educational, moving, and inspiring. Also
look for the video documentary featuring Brokaw's
interviewees.




Guterson, David, East of the Mountains, Harcourt Brace, 2000.

This second novel by Guterson is about a widower
in Seattle who discovers that he is dying of cancer.
He decides to drive to the Cascades to take his life,
but his plans are thwarted, and he begins reflecting
on his life.



Houston, Jeanette, Farewell to Manzanar, Houghton Mifflin, 1973.

Houston's story of a young girl subjected to life in
the internment camp of Manzanar is frequently recommended
for its historical accuracy and its sensitive
portrayal of one girl's experience. Although it is
appropriate for nine- to twelve-year-old readers, this
book is also appreciated...




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