The Invisible Thread Tradebook
Yoshiko Uchida was growing up in California during the 1930s. She knew her family was different from their neighbors, but she felt like an American. Her life was turned upside down when America when to war with Japan. She and her family were interned in a poorly constructed camp with many other Japanese families because they looked like the enemy, not because of anything they had done wrong. This memoir gives a vivid picture of what her life was like in the 1930s and 1940s.