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The Other Side of the Fence

The Other Side of the Fence
Item# 907

The Other Side of the Fence By Joan Busby

The true account of two young girls and how each was affected by World War II. Dee and her family, who were of Japanese descent, were interned at Manzanar, where her father served as the Buddhist minister. Joan lived with her family in the nearest town, five miles away, where she had the freedom to roam and ride her horse in the desert and nearby Sierra. With parallel but different lives, Dee and Joan didn’t meet until many years later. Then each told the other her story.

Paperback: 32 pp

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