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Well written made me realize our country hasn't changed much since we treated the Japanese Americans so badly. What will it take to accept each other. Read morePublished 20 hours ago by color gal
When I read Sandra Dallas, my faith in the goodness of the human spirit is renewed. Of course, it's the conflict with evil that heightens the tension but the triumph is the... Read morePublished 9 days ago by GrandmaAnnie
Told from the view of the young daughter, Tallgrass gives a very interesting insight into a small town's reaction to having a Japanese relocation
camp located there. Read more
Written in a simple style, from the point of view of a 13-14 year old. Despite the simple style, I really enjoyed the characters and the story.Published 22 days ago by DariaVA
I really enjoyed the book. The characters were interesting and real. The plot was alive along with the writers description of the surroundings. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Joe G.
The internment was a travesty, and shameful. This story concentrated on the Colorado family -- their struggles and hardships. Not enough story about the American-Japanese issues.Published 2 months ago by Pen Name
Tallgrass is one of my favorite historical fiction novels. It is one that I have recommended to many friends, and all have thoroughly enjoyed this story. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pampooh
I loved the story and felt connected because I have a friend born at the camp from San Francisco. I have read all of Sandra Dallas' books and trust her historical research. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Beth
One of the better books I have read recently. I especially enjoyed the comical reactions/deductions from the point of view of a young girl. Also enlightening. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. M. Richardson