? This memorable addition to Hiroshima literature should resonate with readers. - Booklist (starred review)
Yuko’s story and her meeting with Christian are worth reading and can start the conversation with young readers about Hiroshima and Nagasaki. - Kirkus Reviews
Poulsen’s latest is a great read. - Quill & Quire
A compelling story with strong characters whom the reader will find believable as well as likeable. - VOYA Magazine
A great novel to begin the dialogue about nuclear disarmament, the realities of warfare, and the role of the individual in the global village. - Resource Links
A powerful story about forgiveness, healing and coming to terms with the sins of the past. - Canadian Children's Book News
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