Missing in Action review ¸ 3

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Missing in Action review ¸ 3 ✓ Dirty Lazy Good for nothing Jay Thacker is used to hearing himself called names because his dad is half Navajo But he's hoping now that he and his mom have moved to stay with his grandparents because of WWII that things could be different Delta is a tiny town in Utah nothing like Salt Lake where they used to live And JaRe they used to live And Jay's grandfather is an elder in the church a beloved and well respected man Jay begins to make friends and even to make some money as he works the fields for his grandfather There's just one problem he works alongside a young man named Ken who's from the camps in near. Jay Thacker and his Mom have moved from Salt Lake City UT to Delta UT to move in with his Grandparents His Father’s joined the Navy to fight in WWII and his ship went down His Father has not been foundJay meets some new boys in town playing baseball and Gordy who likes to call Jay “chief” because Jay is part Navajo Indian become friendsJay is sent to work on his Grandfather’s farm with Ken who is Japanese American and has been relocated to the Japanese internment camp Jay learns to deal with prejudice during a war and a small town mind set and the realities of what kind of Father he had

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By Topaz Which means Ken is a Jap And Jay's dad who's been fighting for the navy out in the Pacific was recently declared Missing in Action An understated and moving story about an unlikely friendship from the author of the acclaimed SOLDIER BOYS this is one of Dean Hughes's best novels to dat. It was not what I thought it was about

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Missing in ActionDirty Lazy Good for nothing Jay Thacker is used to hearing himself called names because his dad is half Navajo But he's hoping now that he and his mom have moved to stay with his grandparents because of WWII that things could be different Delta is a tiny town in Utah nothing like Salt Lake whe. What the book was about a boy who didn’t really get to know his dad and thought he was in outcast in the book He moved into his town being ¼ indian even though he looked full indian and during that time indians were getting made fun off and all were thought they thiefs But a group of kids liked him that were into baseball and so was the kid Later on the kid told his friends that that he got letters from his dad even though he didn’t because he thought his father was dead So me makes up a lie that his father is still alive knowing that he is dead trying to make himself better At the end of the story the kid had a baseball game and all the fathers were there but his and later found out that his father was still alive on some island was so happyOne thing that i didn’t like about the story was how long the story was and how long it took a long time to find his father For example the begging just had some boring parts and some parts didn’t really make any sense Also some parts didn’t have anything to do with the book and that was a whole chapterI wouldn’t recommend this book to a lot people about to people that are into long books Or people who are into long books and want to understand the main character's background Overall this book is still good and could teach a thing or 2 Mostly a few things that kids used to do back in the day