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John Okada

by Jeff Fleischer

John Okada’s 1957 novel No-No Boy, his only full-length work, was the first novel by a Japanese American to grapple with the aftermath of internment during World War II. Edited by Frank Abe, Greg Robinson, and Floyd Cheung, "John... Read More

Book Review

Fields of Clover

by Katerie Prior

"Fields of Clover" is a loving story that idealizes a family history and a departed brother; it fascinates in art and genealogy. A love for both family and history are the cornerstones of Gregory Hugh Brown’s family biography Fields of... Read More

Book Review

This Noble Woman

by Jeff Fleischer

Myrtilla Miner was an important abolitionist who took the bold step of opening a school for African-American girls in Washington DC in the years leading up to the Civil War. Michael M. Greenburg introduces young readers to this often... Read More

Book Review

Leonardo

by Matt Sutherland

Genius is as genius does. With fortuitous circumstances, genius can do more. Take Leonardo: The illegitimate son of a notary in the 1450s, he was blessed with paper and ink for playthings, and it became the material he used to express... Read More

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