Flowers from Mariko

World War II is over and Mariko and her family are finally allowed to leave the camp But the transition back into society isn t easy Mariko s father longs to restart his gardening business, but his truck has been stolen The family moves to a trailer park, where Mariko sees her parents are worried and their spirits are low She has an idea to create happiness for her famWorld War II is over and Mariko and her family are finally allowed to leave the camp But the transition back into society isn t easy Mariko s father longs to restart his gardening business, but his truck has been stolen The family moves to a trailer park, where Mariko sees her parents are worried and their spirits are low She has an idea to create happiness for her family by bringing gardening back into their lives.
Flowers from Mariko World War II is over and Mariko and her family are finally allowed to leave the camp But the transition back into society isn t easy Mariko s father longs to restart his gardening business but his tr

  • Title: Flowers from Mariko
  • Author: Rick Noguchi
  • ISBN: 9781584300328
  • Page: 438
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Flowers from Mariko”

    1. nice to have this as a reminder of what happened after the incarceration. its simplicity drew out so much rage in me. i didn't get the same emotion from the characters. it leaves me with the question of how do we celebrate the resiliency of AJA's post-incarceration while not falling into stereotypes and sweeping the crap under the ruge art was lovely. the textures of the fabrics so gorgeous.

    2. When she and her family are released from the Japanese American internment camp where they have spent the last three years, Mariko plants a garden to raise their spirits.

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