by Ken Mochizuki Illustrated by Dom Lee
Japanese-American Donnie, whose playmates insist he be the "bad guy" in their war games, calls on his reluctant father and uncle to help him get away from that role.
- 6, 8, 7, 5
- Interest Level
- Grades K - 3
- Grade Level Equivalent
- Lexile Measure
- Tandem Library
- Number of Pages
- General Fiction, Multicultural
About the Author and Illustrator
Ken Mochizuki Children's author Ken Mochizuki dreamed of making movies, but after five years of working as an actor in Los Angeles he headed back to Seattle to write. His first picture book, Baseball Saved Us, reflects his need to tell America that people of Asian descent have been a part of America for a long time.