Janey G. Blue: Pearl Harbor, 1941

Janey G Blue Pearl Harbor Living in Hawaii makes the war feel very remote to Janey until without warning bombs begin to fall on that infamous day in December causing Janey and her family to run for their lives

  • Title: Janey G. Blue: Pearl Harbor, 1941
  • Author: Kathleen Duey
  • ISBN: 9780613358071
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Living in Hawaii makes the war feel very remote to Janey until, without warning, bombs begin to fall on that infamous day in December, causing Janey and her family to run for their lives.

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    124 thoughts on “Janey G. Blue: Pearl Harbor, 1941”

    1. This book wasn’t bad, but it wasn’t anything extraordinary either.It’s basically about a girl living in Hawaii who was away from her hometown in Kansase well it was 1941, and I’m sure you know how that goes. It was one fine morning when suddenly, explosions come out of nowhere. The story then goes on from there. The thing is - it was quite boring. By reading the book, you could tell that it targeted at young children. It wouldn’t really be fair to give an opinion. It was sheer curiosit [...]


    2. Twelve-year-old Janey, her parents, and her four-year-old brother Michael have left their home in Kansas to live on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu. It's December 1941, and Janey's father, a welder, has been hired by the military to work at Hickman Airfield, near Pearl Harbor. Janey loves the beauty of her new home, but she is terrified by the threat of war between the United States and Japan, which could lead to an invasion of Hawaii. On the peaceful Sunday morning of December 7, without warning, J [...]


    3. Janey Blue is in the sixth grade in Hawaii. Her father works at Pearl Harbor. There are Japanese Americans that live near them. While she and her mother and brother are listening to the radio the attack on Pearl Harbor begins. The three flee their house and pick up a girl, Akiko, from across the street, a Japanese American. Later she worries that the white people will turn against those like her who look like the enemy but are actually Americans.The story then covers their leaving their homes an [...]


    4. A laudable effort, but pretty boring. Twelve-year-old Janey, her parents and her little brother are living in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor is bombed. The entire book spans just a couple of days. Janey bonds with a neighbor girl, Akiko, since they are both frightened and worried about family members. The basic points are that war is bad, but people are good and can be friends in spite of differences. A good message, but there's almost no plot or character development, so the book falls flat.



    5. Sometimes I worry about reading the diary-type books. They are not my favorite. But this one was enjoyable.Entire action is only a couple of days around Pearl Harbor.




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