ケン・モチヅキ

(Ken Mochizuki)

Ken Mochizuki is the author of the award-winning and bestselling children's picture books Baseball Saved Us, Heroes and Passage to Freedom: The Sugihara Story. He is also the author of the picture book, Be Water My Friend: The Early Years of Bruce Lee and the young adult novel, Beacon Hill Boys. As a journalist and historian, he is the author of, and contributor to, several adult nonfiction histories, including Meet Me At Higo: An Enduring Story of a Japanese American Family and Minidoka Memoirs: The Untold Story from the Yoshito Fujii Files.

Updtaed May 2019

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“Letters to Memory” is a Sansei memoir of family, incarceration and Japanese American history

With the end of the Nisei generation upon us, their children, the Sansei, are sometimes fortunate enough to inherit a record of the life of their parents and grandparents. That is, if the record – photos, letters, artifacts – was ever kept or still exists. Sansei Karen Tei Yamashita is one of the luck…

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