Internment Camps

by Natalie Hyde

Part of a Series: Uncovering the Past: Analyzing Primary Sources.

An important addition to any multicultural collection, this title examines the internment of “enemy aliens” in the United States and Canada during the Second World War. With particular emphasis on “yellow peril” and the plight of Japanese-American and Canadian citizens, the book reveals the events, mindsets, and policies leading up to and following the forced removal of thousands of citizens from their homes into internment camps.

ISBN: 9780778728603

JLG Release: May 2017

JLG Member Price
$20.25

Nonfiction History

Grades 6-8

$243.00/year

12 books / $20.25 a book

  • Book Details

    ISBN

    9780778728603

    Format

    Print Book

    Edition

    Library edition

    Publisher

    Crabtree

    Page Count

    48

    Trim Size

    7 1/4" x 9 1/4"

    Dewey Classification

    940.53

    Accelerated Reader

    Level: 7.4, Points: 1

    Scholastic Reading Counts

    Level: 8.2, Points: 4

    Lexile

    Level: 1030L


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