Julhaidir Rameni Rameni itibaren Słostowice, Polonya
I've gotten about halfway through this book and so far, it is pretty interesting. Under the Blood Red Sun is a story about Tomi, a young boy, Hawaiian born with Japanese parents during the time of the Pearl Harbor bombings. It is interesting to read about the different Japanese cultures that are represented throughout this book and even more interesting to read how similar we all are as one human race. Tomi has to fight against his heritage and become the most American boy that he can in order to protect his family from the American soldiers. I will post more once I have finished reading it, but what I like most about this book is that it has helped me to reach my goal this semester, which was to broaden my horizons in my literature selections. This would never have been a book that I would have chosen to read in my free time but now that I have, I am glad that I did. This book would definitely appeal to male students, discussing things like war, baseball, and just growing up in the 1940s.