A review by tbclawson
Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor's Story, by Caren Stelson


Obsessed with this one. Such an important time in history. Sachiko's story reads like a novel, with very pertinent and interesting informational asides. Told from a distinctly Japanese point of view, which I believe is important for American kids to see and understand. We all should keep in mind the most important phrase from this book . . . Never again.