Albert Marrin is the author of numerous nonfiction books for young readers, including the National Book Award finalist Flesh and Blood So Cheap- The Triangle Fire and Its Legacy, A Volcano Beneath the Snow- John Brown's War Against Slavery, Thomas Paine- Crusader for Liberty, Black Gold- The Story of Oil in Our Lives, and FDR and the American Crisis. His many honors include the Washington Children's Book Guild and Washington Post Nonfiction Award for an "outstanding lifetime contribution that has enriched the field of children's literature," the James Madison Book Award for lifetime achievement, and the National Endowment for the Humanities Medal, awarded by President George W. Bush. Visit him online at AlbertMarrin.com.
"Historian Marrin (FDR and the American Crisis, 2015, etc.) writes
with brutal honesty and conviction about a shameful period in
American history. He constructs a detailed, well-researched
narrative of horrific worldwide events leading up to the 'day of
infamy'" -Kirkus Reviews starred review
"With masterful command of his subject and a clear, conversational style, Marrin (FDR and the American Crisis) lays bare the suffering inflicted upon Japanese Americans by the U.S. during WWII."-Publishers Weekly starred review
"As with Marrin's Flesh and Blood So Cheap (2011) and FDR and the American Crisis (2015), this is a prodigiously researched, indispensable work of history, generously illustrated with period photographs. It belongs on every library's shelves." -Booklist starred review
"Packed with details yet well organized and carefully annotated, this excellent treatment of a shameful episode in U.S. history is highly recommended for library collections serving teens." -School Library Journal starred review
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