Book Title: Early Sunday Morning: the Pearl Harbor Diary of Amber Billows, Hawaii, 1941
Author: Barry Denenberg
Genres: Children, World War II, Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Adventure, Pearl Harbor
Series: Dear America
Publish Date: November 1, 2003 (160 Pages, Hardcover)
Book Source: Hardcover
Contact Author: Goodreads Profile / Website
A moving story of one girl’s devastating experience of the “day that will live in infamy.”
My Thoughts on the Book:
This is about a girl that moves often because of the dad job. She doe not like having to move from one city to the next and leaving her friend and missing school, just after getting settled in a city.
This diary starts out in Washington DC, it set in Washington DC until they move to Hawaii. The rest of the book is about her getting use to Oahu, Hawaii her new home. In the book she experiences the attack on Pearl Harbor. Her brother Andy and Amber see Japanese Plane flying over Early Sunday Morning. Amber does make a friend name Kame.
The book tell you about the history of the Attack on Pearl Harbor though the young girl in the story. This is another book in the series of Dear America. It based on the real thing. If you enjoy History, this is good book along with it good for young reader and Children.