Chapter questions for group discussion, jigsaw, etc.
It details the life of Tomi, a Japanese-American boy, and his family during World War II, when Americans of Japanese descent were being sent to internment camps. Tomi lives in Hawaii, and witnesses the attack on Pearl Harbor. The story centers on the racist persecution of Tomi's family by others, the government's suspicion of the Japanese, and the family's efforts to downplay their Japanese heritage. He is joined by his haole or white friend.
Under the Blood Red Sun is an Award-winning historical novel by Graham Salisbury, published in 1994
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