What Was Pearl Harbor?

What Was Pearl Harbor A terrifying attack On December Japanese war planes appeared out of nowhere to bomb the American base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii It was a highly secretive and devastating attack four battleshi

  • Title: What Was Pearl Harbor?
  • Author: Patricia Brennan Demuth John Mantha Tim Tomkinson
  • ISBN: 9780448465807
  • Page: 419
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A terrifying attack On December 7, 1941, Japanese war planes appeared out of nowhere to bomb the American base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii It was a highly secretive and devastating attack four battleships sunk, than two thousand servicemen died, and the United States was propelled into World War II In a compelling, easy to read narrative, children will learn all aboA terrifying attack On December 7, 1941, Japanese war planes appeared out of nowhere to bomb the American base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii It was a highly secretive and devastating attack four battleships sunk, than two thousand servicemen died, and the United States was propelled into World War II In a compelling, easy to read narrative, children will learn all about a pivotal moment in American history.

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    1. Upon reading 'What Was Pearl Harbor', written by Patricia Brennan Demuth, I found that through the whole book, not once did the author say that the Japanese were at fault for bombing Pearl Harbor. Not once did the author say this act of war was shameful or disgraceful.I did find, however, that the author shows us how the US ordered Japanese-Americans to be put into camps after the attack on Pearl Harbor. The author describes this act as 'shameful' on the US's part. The author also says that Amer [...]

    2. Very interesting! I learned several new things about Pearl Harbor. I think my students would enjoy this book.

    3. The book What Was Pearl Harbor? by Patricia Brennan Demuth is an interesting book about World War II and the bombing of Pearl Harbor. This book is interesting and very detailed and it also told me facts about the Japanese soldiers and army and as well as the American soldiers and army. When a navy band played the national anthem for the sailors, some of the band members saw planes in the distance and didn't think they were trouble, so they kept playing the national anthem. They thought that they [...]

    4. What Was Pearl Harbor is an amazing book that tells about the infamous disaster in Pearl Harbor that caused America to join in on World War II.I would recommend this book to anyone who loves non-fiction books or history books. Or simply just anyone who wants to learn about Pearl Harbor.

    5. The last book that I have read was What Was Pearl Harbor by Patricia Brennan Demuth. This book explains what happened during the Attack on Pearl Harbor and how this affected us as Americans. Pearl Harbor is in Hawaii and at the time was home to many battleships and destroyers, along with many planes. Commander Mitsuo Fuchida lead the fleet of the Japanese planes to attack Pearl Harbor. At Oahu, a U.S. ship called the USS Ward was on an early morning patrol and spotted a Japanese submarine and de [...]

    6. November Book ReportWhat Was Pearl Harbor?Patricia Brennan DemuthWhat Was Pearl Harbor is a great book, it really educates you on all the stuff you need to know about Pearl Harbor and what happened. As a non-fiction book it really educates you with real facts.Pearl Harbor was one of Americas worst tragedies. This book is a fantastic book that I would recommend to plenty of people! Pearl Harbor is when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. . The bombing caused more then 2,300 deaths. Most peo [...]

    7. A successful story telling of Pearl Harbor at a 3rd to 7th grade level (Lexile 800) in such a way that it encourages young readers to enjoy a non-fiction history book. Though not a Hi-Lo book per se, I'd also recommend this book for those looking for something on WWII/History for a reluctant reader. The explanation is concise, yet descriptive. It lays out all the facts of the attack and the major players involved. Well done!

    8. This is an excellent book about pearl harbor for middle grade readers. It's history presented in a very interesting and readable format. My seven-year-old was fascinated and asked to learn more about Pearl Harbor and WWII after we finished this book. So far, I'm a huge fan of this series and so is my son.

    9. Grades: 2nd and upRead on February 22ndGenre: InformationalSomething unique about this book is that there are real pictures in it which kids would enjoy looking at. There are also bios throughout the book of important people during this time and event. I think this is a good way to have students learn about events that will keep them interested and engaged!

    10. The event that pushed the United States into WWII. There were many brave people who lost their lives that day, as well as many heroes who fought valiantly and survived the attack. We must never forget them and their sacrifice for our country.

    11. (1)Book title:What was Peal Harbor?Publisher:Book level:2: It took me ()minutes to read3〔Seven words〕・・・・・・・4(about passage. like or don't like)ab5 (Explain about book)

    12. Well written, but for my liking it was too short of a book. Very informational, perfect for learning about Pearl Harbor.

    13. I really enjoyed this book. I think it gave a very thorough explanation of the events surrounding Pearl Harbor. I will definitely recommend it to students.

    14. The book What Was Pearl Harbor is a book that gives information about what happend when the Jappaneese bombed Pearl Harbor which is in Hawaii. This book will tell how did this happen, who caused it, and cool facts about it. This book is for people that are intrested in World War. This bombing caused USA to join the war and this means that Pearl Harbor being bombed affected the USA. Once again, this book is called What Was Pearl Harbor.

    15. I liked it. There were 350 war planes that attacked. The first 15 minutes were the deadliest. America didn't lose any aircraft carriers. When they first saw it, they thought it was American planes just training. Then they saw the red spot on the wing and then they got to their spots. The planes destroyed a lot of the stuff and they destroyed more planes. One person didn't even know how to fire a gun shot too. Some people who were playing the national anthem didn't get struck by bullets. They sun [...]

    16. This book is about Pearl Harbor. America wanted Pearl Harbor to stay because there was a base there but Japan attacked Pearl Harbor. The ships Utah, Oklahoma, Arizona were big ships. Arizona was the biggest, it had a big armor and big offensive weapons and it shot millions of Japanese bombers down. But one of the bombers dodged every bullet and fired a big, enormous bomb and the bomb went through Arizona's armor and through Arizona's 150 feet hull and Arizona had bombs inside so it exploded and [...]

    17. 1.11/29=50m 11/30=30m2. GROSSET&DUNLAP3. shipnavyUSJapanbombplanesattack4. This book is about Japanese attack to US at Pearl Harbor in 1941. It is a important history for US and Japan. During World War Ⅱ, Isoroku Yamamoto, an important officer in the Imperial Navy had planned a dangerous and risky idea. It was attack to pear Harbor. At first, American nave didn't notice the Japanese attack, but Japanese planes and ships were coming! There were many victims US navy tried to fight to Japan.5 [...]

    18. 1. Grosset&Dunlap2. 10/20=70minutes, 10/21=40minutes3. WW2, Hawaii, Japan, 1941, bombs, attack, U.S4.(a)The memory of that war now binds both countries together in peace.(b)Although Japan and America are close friends now, They had adversarial relationship. We must not forget the history and we should keep the present good relationship foever.5. I like this book. I've known the terrible history of Pearl Harbor since I learnt it in the junior high school. However, I've never learnt the histor [...]

    19. What Was Pearl Harbor, BY:Rennan DemuthOver 350 Japanese planes came out of nowhere over Hawaii. When that happened many mammoth US battle ships exploded in minutes.While this was happening a marine band played the national anthem through a rain of bullets, and I loved the book and enjoyed it very much.I loved this book and enjoyed it very much. One thing I love about the book is that inside the book it comes with 16 pages of real photos about the bombing of Pearl Harbor.I would recommend this b [...]

    20. It all started with Japan signing a pact to join forces with the Nazis and their ally,Italy.This pact was called the Tripact.During this time President Roosevelt movedthe U.Smy base from California to Hawaii.America didn't know it,but Japan was plotting an attack on America.When this attack began Dorie Miller,anAfrican American,also an cook on the USS West Virginia found himself on the ship's bridge next to the antiaircraft gun.At that time Miller had not been trained touse the GIANT gun.Anyway [...]

    21. Pearl Harbor was attacked on December 7, 1941 at 7:55 a.m. For the first group of planes that attacked, they didn't do much because it was all of a sudden. But when the second group of planes attacked, they were able to shoot down a couple. And then one ship was called the Arizona and it was more like a hotel because it was so big and really good stuff on it. It had so much oil and when a bomb hit it, it all of a sudden blew up. It sunk at 8:10 a.m. Then some people were driving a car and they c [...]

    22. The book "What Was Pearl Harbor" was a book about what happened during Pearl Harbor. It is about how the Japanese came up with their plan and how they were going to have a sneak attack on the U.S and how the U.S reacted to it.I thought that it was a good book. I thought it was a very informative book for how long it was! I liked this book because it was informative but it was really easy to comprehend.I think that this would be a good book for kids in 4th grade or above that want to learn about [...]

    23. I read the book "What Was Pearl Habor" by Brennan Demuth. World war 2 started in 1939 but the U.S. did not enter until 1941. The reason they joined was because the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor.I liked this book a lot and I would read it again but I need to focus on other books. I knew a lot about this event. I loved how they thought they were going to lose but they won.I would recommend this book to people who love history or that would want to learn more about this book.

    24. Title/author:What was Pearl Harbor,Patricia Brennan Debuth.Genre:nonfiction setting:Pearl Harborere really isn't main character but there is some little facts about some of the sailors and boats. This book is very good it's tells a story like a drama but also tells facts about the tragic event that took place that day on Hawaii. But also tells how people in Hawaii Rebel and also other army men were a-bull to fight back. I rate the book a 5/5 because it tells you a lot of facts and story.

    25. I loved this book. It describes a horrible event in a way that I can share it with my children. My kids did not want me to put it down, we read the whole book in one sitting. It was interesting to read the back story of the people who planned and carried out the attack. This was an event that propelled America into the second world war and we have a grandpa who served in that war.

    26. My book was What Was Pearl Harbor, by Patricia Demuth. My book was nonfiction and toke place in Hawaii in 1941. The main characters in my book were America and Japan. My book was about the Pearl Harbor attack. It tells how and why it started. It also tells you about the significant people in the battle. I rated this book five stars because I am interested in world war two and Japan.

    27. this was the third book my son picked from this series while at the book store the other day. written for kids but i think it's adaptable to anyone of any age. my mother is wanting to read these books when we finish them. this is the third one i've read in the series and i have yet to read one where i didn't learn something new that i didn't already know!

    28. My 5th graders really read these at the end of the year, so I wanted to read some of the Who Is series to know which readers to suggest it to. Short, factual reads written in a kid friendly format. This one has actual photographs and side bars about ships, FDR, planes, etc.

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