Item description for Air Raid--Pearl Harbor!: The Story of December 7, 1941 by Theodore Taylor...
Overview Examines from both the American and Japanese points of view the political and military events leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Publishers Description On December 7, 1941, Americans were stunned to learn that Japanese forces had launched an attack on Pearl Harbor. In this engrossing and extensively researched account, Theodore Taylor examines both sides of the battle, taking a close look at the events leading up to it and providing compelling insight into the motives and operations of the brave men and women swept up in the fight.
Citations And Professional Reviews Air Raid--Pearl Harbor!: The Story of December 7, 1941 by Theodore Taylor has been reviewed by professional book reviewers and journalists at the following establishments -
Ingram Children's Advance - 07/01/2001 page 47
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 6.96" Width: 4.54" Height: 0.52" Weight: 0.35 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2001
Publisher Gulliver Books Paperbacks
ISBN 0152164219 ISBN13 9780152164218
Availability 3 units. Availability accurate as of Apr 30, 2017 02:48.
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More About Theodore Taylor
THEODORE TAYLOR is the author of many award-winning and acclaimed middle grade and young adult novels, including The Maldonado Miracle, The Boy Who Could Fly Without a Motor, The Weirdo, the modern classic The Cay, and its prequel-sequel, Timothy of the Cay. He lives in Laguna Beach, California.
Theodore Taylor lived in Laguna Beach, in the state of California. Theodore Taylor was born in 1921 and died in 2006 and has an academic affiliation as follows - Corporate-Tech Planning.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Air Raid--Pearl Harbor!: The Story of December 7, 1941?
Pearl Harbor Sep 14, 2006
I found this book really interesting, its like little stories in the one book. It also puts u in perspectives of the people in the book, which was sorta cool, but all the same concept of course. I would recommend this book to 7th and 8th graders.
my review Feb 12, 2005
my favorit part is when the whole world found out that prarl harbor had been deyastated in a japanese air raid. they thought nothing could hurt this deck until japs. came along. Although the wuited states prossessed to advanced on technolgy such as rador and purple . a top scertecode braker, the information gathered was often discered of misclassified. but once the raid was luanched , bravery abounded- on booth sides.
my book Oct 22, 2004
My book, Air raid Pearl Harbor,was a mixture of good and bad parts.First I found out that the war was unexpected to the Americans.On december 7th the japanese attacked our air base on Oahu.they sank many of our ships and airplanes.i felt that the begining ofthe book was not very exciting because the author madethe book toocomplicated and diffcult to understand.The action got a lot better and the got more exciting.The Americans entered the war and ships were sinking and planes were being blown up.Iwould recommend this book to somone who is interested in complicated books.
Great book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oct 11, 2004
Air Raid Pearl Harbor!: The Story of December 7, 1941 is a really good book. It tells you everything about pearl harbor. It just tells you what happend. Theres no characters but it is still really good. read it.
deth tolls on ye strange travelor Nov 14, 2002
this book is inbetween action and history and by that i mean that 6 out of 8 chapters involve no action whatsoever besides i little thing on spys while the 7 chapter involved the bombing and the 8th involved whom died and who was a hero if i had wonted to learn about the purple machine then i wouldve gone to a museum and learned about it instead of learning what they said before the attack which is totaly useless and it does inolve if not racial hatred itself it still "forgot" to tell of dead japanese and the japanese hero born that day anyway read this book if you wish to read a poorly substituted substitue for action or your moms forcing you too