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589559
On the horizon by Lowry, Lois 

BTSB Prebound(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2020)

BTSB #: 589559 Available

Dewey: 940.54/NAges: 10-12   
AR: 4.2 MG Lexile: 580 HL

Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Casualties Pearl Harbor (Oahu, Hawaii), Attack on, 1941 World War, 1939-1945 - Hawaii World War, 1939-1945 - Japan - Hiroshima-shi World War, 1939-1945 - Autobiographies Hiroshima-shi (Japan) - History|yBombardment, 1945 Hiroshima-shi (Japan) - History


Summary: A moving account of the lives lost in two of WWII's most infamous events: Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima.


145126
What was the bombing of Hiroshima? [What was--? (Grosset & Dunlap, Penguin Random House)]by Brallier, Jess M. 

BTSB Prebound(Penguin Workshop, 2020)

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AR: 6.2 MG Lexile: 870 F&P: X

Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Japan - Hiroshima-shi Atomic bomb Hiroshima-shi (Japan) - History|yBombardment, 1945


Summary: By August 1945, World War II was over in Europe, but the fighting continued between American forces and the Japanese, who were losing but determined to fight till the bitter end. And so it fell to a new president--Harry S. Truman--to make the fateful decision to drop two atomic bombs--one on Hiroshima and one on Nagasaki--and bring the war to a rapid close. Now, even decades later, can anyone know if this was the right choice?


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What was the bombing of Hiroshima? [What was--? (Grosset & Dunlap, Penguin Random House)]by Brallier, Jess M. 

Paperback(Penguin Workshop, 2020)

BTSB #: 145131 Available

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Lexile: 870 F&P: X

Subjects: World War, 1939-1945 - Japan - Hiroshima-shi Atomic bomb Hiroshima-shi (Japan) - History|yBombardment, 1945


Summary: By August 1945, World War II was over in Europe, but the fighting continued between American forces and the Japanese, who were losing but determined to fight till the bitter end. And so it fell to a new president--Harry S. Truman--to make the fateful decision to drop two atomic bombs--one on Hiroshima and one on Nagasaki--and bring the war to a rapid close. Now, even decades later, can anyone know if this was the right choice?


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