Hippocampus Magazine recently reviewed Jeanette Arakawa's poignant new book, The Little Exile, which relates the WWII Japanese-American internment experience through the eyes of an innocent young girl.
"The Little Exile is a memoir worth reading," the review opines, "One piece of advice though: be prepared to read it in multiple sittings. My heart needed time between chapters or it would’ve broken." Indeed, Arakawa's account truly pulls, or perhaps yanks, at the heartstrings.
You can read the full Hippocampus Magazine review here: http://ow.ly/ZL4r30eLPWU