Bibliographic Information: Mochizuki, K., & Lee, D. (1993). Baseball saved us. New York: Lee & Low.
Brief Annotation: About about a boy name Shorty and his family during world war 2 and how they were sent to internment camps. He describe how the camp he is in is like and how his only strength to keep him and his family going is Baseball. So his family builds a baseball stadium to keep their strength and to earn the dignity they lost during the pearl harbor attack.
Genre: Historical Fiction
Grade Level: 3-6
Readers who will like this book: Readers who likes baseball and likes historical books.
Response and Ratings: The book was really intriguing and I really like to read historical fiction book so this was definitely a enjoyable book.
Question: What is something that keeps you moving when you receive bad comments from someone?