The Moon Bridge

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Scholastic Inc., 1995 - Japanese Americans - 240 pages
When Mitzi and her Japanese-American family are moved to an internment camp during the Second World War, she and her best friend, the rebellious Ruthie, plan to meet after the war at Golden Gate Park. Reprint.
 

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THE MOON BRIDGE

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After Pearl Harbor, Ruthie's life at school changes: ``war'' has become very real. Her favorite teacher loses her fiancĒ in the Philippines; a new friend of Japanese descent, Mitzi, is threatened by ... Read full review

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The Moon Bridge is a tale of friendship set amidst the taunting and jeering of middle school children during World War II, particularly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Ruthie Fox’s world is shaken ... Read full review

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