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A Place Where Sunflowers Grow by Amy Lee-Tai, illustrated by Felicia Hoshino [in Bloomsbury Review]

A Place Where Sunflowers GrowIn the barren Japanese American internment camp, young Mari finds solace in her art, her friends, her family … and the joy of discovering nine tiny green stems that finally blossom with promises of a beautiful future amidst the desolation of wrongful imprisonment.

Review: “TBR‘s Contributing Editors’ Favorite Reads of 2006: These Are a Few of My Favorite Things … in Print, That Is …,” The Bloomsbury Review, November/December 2006

Readers: Children

Published: 2006

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