The Japanese Library Bound Book

More Views

The Japanese Library Bound Book

Item #: CBT-0193 Grades: 3-6
$18.99

In stock

OR
Add to Wish List Add to Compare

Details

The first wave of Japanese immigrants in the 1800s were young men who left overcrowded fishing and farming villages in hopes of a better life in North America. An enlightening account of the conditions upon arrival and the discrimination they experienced is accompanied by full-color artwork and eyewitness accounts.

Topics include:
• life in Japan
• the Chinese Exclusion Act in America which opened the door to the Japanese
• working the railroads, mines, and farms in North America
• anti-Japanese discrimination
• the bombing of Pearl Harbor
• WWII internment camps in the United States and Canada
• cultural traditions and festivals still celebrated
• notable North Americans of Japanese ancestry

Quick Overview

Reinforced library binding, 32 pages.

Additional Information

Item # CBT-0193
Grades 3-6
Series Name We Came to North America
Language English
ISBN 077870193X
UPC 9780778701934
Publisher Crabtree
Format Children's Books & Literature
Subject Social Studies
Catalog Classroom Resources Grades 3-8

Use spaces to separate tags. Use single quotes (') for phrases.