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020    9781987163131 
020    1987163133 
028 02 39008|bFindaway World 
035    (OCoLC)1102383330 
040    PLAYA|beng|erda|cPLAYA|dCIB 
049    CIBA 
050 14 PZ7.K1166|bPl 2019d 
082 04 [Fic]|223 
100 1  Kadohata, Cynthia,|eauthor. 
245 12 A place to belong /|cCynthia Kadohata. 
250    Unabridged. 
264  1 Solon, Ohio :|bFindaway World, LLC,|c[2019] 
264  4 |cā„—2019 
300    1 audio media player (approximately 9 hr.) :|bdigital, HD 
       audio ;|c3 3/8 x 2 1/8 in. 
336    spoken word|bspw|2rdacontent 
337    audio|bs|2rdamedia 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    other|bsz|2rdacarrier 
338    other|bnz|2rdacarrier 
344    digital|bnon-volatile flash memory|2rda 
347    audio file|bACELP|2rda 
500    Title from container. 
500    "HD." 
500    "Light." 
500    "Simon & Schuster Audio." 
500    Previously released by Sminon & Schuster, Inc., ā„—2019. 
500    Release date supplied by publisher. 
500    Issued on Playaway, a dedicated audio media player. 
500    One set of earphones and one AAA battery required for 
       listening. 
511 0  Read by Jennifer Ikeda. 
520    "World War II has ended, and while America has won the war,
       twelve-year-old Hanako feels lost. To her, the world -- 
       and her world -- seems irrevocably broken: America, the 
       only home she's ever known, imprisoned then rejected her 
       and her family -- and thousands of other innocent 
       Americans -- because of their Japanese heritage, because 
       Japan had bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Japan -- the 
       country they've been forced to move to, the country they 
       hope will be the family's saving grace, where they were 
       supposed to start new and better lives -- is in shambles 
       because America dropped bombs of their own; one on 
       Hiroshima unlike any other in history. And Hanako's 
       grandparents live in a small village just outside the 
       ravaged city. The country is starving, black markets run 
       rampant, and countless orphans beg for food on the streets,
       but how can Hanako help them when there is not even enough
       food for her own brother? Hanako feels she could crack 
       under the pressure, but just because something is broken 
       doesn't mean it can't be fixed. Cracks can make room for 
       gold, her grandfather explains when he tells her about the
       tradition of kintsukuroi -- fixing broken objects with 
       gold lacquer, making them stronger and more beautiful than
       ever. As she struggles to adjust to find her place in a 
       new world, Hanako will find that gold can come in many 
       forms, and family may be hers."--|cProvided by publisher. 
650  0 Families|zJapan|y20th century|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  0 Repatriation|zJapan|y20th century|vJuvenile fiction. 
650  7 JUVENILE FICTION / Historical / Asia.|2bisacsh 
650  7 JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Emotions & Feelings.
       |2bisacsh 
650  7 JUVENILE FICTION / Social Issues / Emigration & 
       Immigration.|2bisacsh 
651  0 Hiroshima-shi (Japan)|xHistory|yBombardment, 1945
       |vJuvenile fiction. 
655  7 Historical fiction.|2lcgft 
655  7 Children's audiobooks.|2lcgft 
700 1  Ikeda, Jennifer,|enarrator. 
710 2  Simon & Schuster Audio (Firm) 
710 2  Simon and Schuster, Inc. 
710 2  Playaway Digital Audio. 
710 2  Findaway World, LLC. 
994    C0|bCIB 
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