Prisoner of war
Fifteen-year-old Henry Forrest lies about his age and enlists in the Marines to escape from his abusive father, but when he is immediately sent to the Philippines he finds himself in the middle of the Japanese invasion--and as he grows up he will have to endure the Bataan Death March, overcrowded prisons, and the Japanese factory in Tokyo where he is eventually sent as slave labor.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Bloomfield Public Library||YA FIC Spradlin (Text)
Teen New Materials
|Wood Library Association - Canandaigua||YA FIC SPR (Text)
Young Adult Fiction