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Donald Carrick
 
1.   Journey to Topaz
Donald Carrick (Illustrator), Yoshiko Uchida (Author)
Like any 11-year-old, Yuki Sakane is looking forward to Christmas when her peaceful world is suddenly shattered by the bombing of Perl Harbor. Uprooted from her home and shipped with thousands of West Coast Japanese Americans to a desert concentration camp called Topaz, Yuki and her family face new hardships daily.
[Grade Level: 4 - 6]
 
2.   The Wednesday Surprise
Eve Bunting (Author), Donald Carrick (Illustrator)
A girl teaches her grandmother to read.
[Grade Level: K - 3]
 
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