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The bracelet by Yoshiko Uchida

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Published by Putnam & Grosset Group in New York .
Written in English


  • World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Japanese Americans -- Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945 -- Juvenile fiction,
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- United States -- Juvenile fiction,
  • Friendship -- Juvenile fiction

Book details:

About the Edition

Emi, a Japanese American in the second grade, is sent with her family to an internment camp during World War II, but the loss of the bracelet her best friend has given her proves that she does not need a physical reminder of that friendship

Edition Notes

Statementstory by Yoshiko Uchida ; illustrated by Joanna Yardley
GenreJuvenile fiction
ContributionsYardley, Joanna
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17202580M
ISBN 10069811390X
ISBN 109780698113909
LC Control Number92026196

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Review: The book, "The Bracelet" is an excellent way to help children learn about a not so pleasant time in American history. The illustrations in this book were so detailed and captured how Emi is feeling/5.   The Bracelet is the first book by Dorothy Love that Ive ever read. The title, the beautiful cover and the description of the book made me want to read it. It also has a good and classic cast of characters. A line up you would expect in historical fiction stories like this one/5. Viola Shipman’s, aka Wade Rouse, first novel, The Charm Bracelet, is one of those books. From the very beginning the author captivates you and draws you into this story. It is a story of three generations, Grandma Lolly, daughter Arden and granddaughter Lauren/5(). The Charm Bracelet by Viola Shipman is a keeper, a novel like a rare jewel that will be passed down one generation to the next and from one book club member to the next until everyone has read this heartfelt, intergenerational story of love and forgiveness. Viva Viola!”/5().

Into Action As you read “The Bracelet,” use an organizer like this one to list the ideas and events that a summary would include. “The Bracelet” Setting: Main Characters: Confl ict: Sequence of Main Events: 1. 2. Resolution (Ending): Th ink as a Reader/Writer Find It in Your Reading In each of the story’s settings, the.   The Copper Bracelet is a brilliantly written sequel to The Chopin Manuscript which takes the Volunteers all across the globe in an effort to stop what could clearly be the beginning of World War III. The plot has a multi layered structure which, combined with its inspiration from real events in North India, keeps you hooked/5. The Bracelet is a story derived from the author's own childhood experiences in an American concentration camp during World War II. The book opens as seven-year-old Emi, her mother and sister prepare to leave their home in Berkeley, California, for Tanforan. The Charm Bracelet is a beautiful story about love, family, and life. It will be forever on my bookshelf & I will never to part with this sweet story. I can't wait to share this book with my Mom and reminisce with her about the stories from both her charms and my Grandmother's/5.

  The NOOK Book (eBook) of the The Bracelet: A Short Story by Mary Jane Clark at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more! Due to COVID, orders may be delayed/5(48). Inspired by actual events in one of Savannah’s most prominent 19th-century families, The Bracelet is the story of a young southern woman whose dreams fracture under the weight of her family’s tragic past/5(67).   The Friendship Bracelet is a fabulous story about friendship. Olivia is a sweet girl. She doesn't have many friends, but through friendship bracelets she finds other kids like her, kids she can be herself with. She's a sweet and creative girl and I liked that her mother owns a craft shop, which is the perfect feelgood setting.5/5(2).   Yoshiko Uchida has written more than twenty-five books for children, including A Jar of Dreams and The Best Bad Thing. Many of Ms. Uchida's writings are inspired by her Japanese-American heritage. During World War II, she and her family were forced to live in West Coast internment camps. It is in this experience that The Bracelet is based/5(3).