A Boy No More

A Boy No More WHAT ABOUT WHAT THEY DID TO MY FATHER THE JAPS KILLED HIM Adam Pelko witnessed something horrible the sinking of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor with his father aboard Since then Ad

  • Title: A Boy No More
  • Author: Harry Mazer
  • ISBN: 9780439699464
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • WHAT ABOUT WHAT THEY DID TO MY FATHER THE JAPS KILLED HIM Adam Pelko witnessed something horrible the sinking of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor with his father aboard Since then, Adam and his mother and sister have moved to California, where they are trying to rebuild their lives.But no matter where Adam goes, he can t get away from the effec WHAT ABOUT WHAT THEY DID TO MY FATHER THE JAPS KILLED HIM Adam Pelko witnessed something horrible the sinking of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor with his father aboard Since then, Adam and his mother and sister have moved to California, where they are trying to rebuild their lives.But no matter where Adam goes, he can t get away from the effects of the war His best friend, Davi, has asked for help Davi is Japanese American, and his father has been arrested, taken to Manzanar, a Japanese internment camp.Adam isn t sure what to do If he goes to Manzanar and starts asking questions, he could be risking his own life But can he simply do nothing and risk losing Davi s friendship forever Are Davi, his father, and all the other Japanese Americans taken from their homes responsible for what happened at Pearl Harbor
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    • Cody says:

      This book is about a boy named Adam, his dad died from World War 2. Adam moves to California and has to meet new people, but he meets this boy that Adam doesn't trust. I think this book is interesting because my biography book is about the WW2 and this book is about the WW2 also.

    • Josue Rojas says:

      Personal ResponseA Boy No More has to be probably one the the best books in this series. The book starts out boring with Adam the main character being in Hawaii. The book is basically about the bombing that happened in Pearl Harbor. This book is great because it isn't about the war that much. It talked about what happen to the people that weren't in the army.Plot SummaryThis book talked about Adam and how he was at the Pearl Harbor when the bombs hit. Adam experienced something horrible that day [...]

    • Drew Vandervest says:

      Personal Response: I liked this book, because it showed confidence. I didn't like how the book started, because it felt like it started way too quick. As the book progressed, the book slowed down and I liked it. I really liked the main character, Adam, because he was truthful and brave. I didn't like the way Adam was getting mistreated by his classmates, because Adam didn't deserve it. I liked how this book showed the thoughts in Adam’s head, because it explained clearly how Adam felt at the m [...]

    • Jeff says:

      This book is very interesting. I really liked the way how this book goes. This book is about a boy named Adam who lost his dad in the war. This relates to my biography because it is based on WWII. I recommend this book to people who wants to read about someone losing their dad in war.

    • Jason Wang says:

      Harry Mazer Shows the Difficulties in Relationships Two important things in front of you, you only choose one of them; one is risking your own life to help your friend. The other is to risk losing you friendship. Which would you choose? Adam has to face this decision. He is a 14 year old boy during WWII. a time when boys had to grow up fast. A Boy No More by Harry Mazer is a historical fiction book that shows the difficulties with the relationship between American-Japanese during WWII. Adam Pelk [...]

    • Natalia Gendis says:

      Two boys took a fishing boat out to the middle of Pearl Harbor’s light blue water, it shone in the light. It was a cheerful summer day in Honolulu, no cloud seen in the sky for miles. Little did they know that their whole life would change. A Boy No More written by Harry Mazer, is a heart-pounding novel based on the World War II back in 1941. Adam Pelko, an American boy which grew up in Honolulu and is the main character of the story, takes us through his journey to Manzanar, a “prison” wh [...]

    • Abe says:

      Adam Pelko is a fourteen-year-old that has a friend whose dad is in a Japanese camp. Adam is stuck in the middle of the Americans and the Japanese because his friend is Japanese-American and his dad died because of Japanese bombers on the Arizona. He has to deliver a message to his friend's dad in the camp.Adam has a little sister named Bea who is excited about her dad coming back. Adam and Bea are nice to each other. Adam's mother is mad when Adam sneaks out to deliver the message because he di [...]

    • Aaron Eckenrod says:

      This was one of my favorite book that have read

    • Fried dog and rice says:

      This book is really good because it talks about history.

    • Annie says:

      It was just a little too slow for meI didn't feel like much was happening and there seemed to be little character growth. However, for a reluctant reader this book would be a great introduction to the Japanese internment camps.

    • India says:

      I thought this book was very interesting. It had a good plot and climax and many detail to support it. I would definitely recommend this book to others.

    • Tauri says:

      This book is about a boy named Adam who lost his father in war and has to try to rebuild his life.I liked this book because it showed carness and kindness to others. The part I don't like is when his father died because it was sad. I this to people who like adventure and war should read this book because that is what this book is about.

    • Ryin Galaini says:

      The Boy No More, by Harry Mazer, A historical fiction book od the time period of Pearl Harbor. This book is about a boy names Adan Pelko, hes a brave, mature and a very caring person. ( pg 14 - 15 ) Adam every day has to held his little sister to get ready, he does her hair, makes food and makes her over all day beter. ( pg 53. ) When Adam is being wreckless and does something suprising just to keep a simple promice. Adam has to move to Bakersfield California because of Pearl Harbor, his father [...]

    • It'S Me says:

      "I'm looking for Frank Mori!" This is a quote said by the main character, Adam Pelion of the book a "Boy No More" written by Harry Mazer and sets the tone of the overall plot of the storyline. In this book our main character witnessed something horrible, the sinking of the USS Arizona during the attack on Pearl Harbor— which his father aboard. Since then, Adam and his mom and little sister have to try to rebuild their lives. This is a historical fiction book about World War II and the bombing [...]

    • Anna Stansfield says:

      This book was fine. It was written in a clear and concise way and it was pretty interesting. But it wasn't great. For what it was and what it was about, I personally think it could have packed a much bigger punch. The ending didn't feel like an ending and the book didn't really feel like a plot. It just sort of happened, without making much of an impact or leaving an impression. It wasn't the greatest an I personally think that while it had a lot of potential, it didn't live up to my expectation [...]

    • Donnie V says:

      After Adam witnesses his father’s ship get sunk in Pearl Harbor he and his family move from Hawaii to a multi-family house in Bakersfield California. At his new school everyone is amazed that Adam was in Pearl Harbor. Adams friend Davi, a Japanese American from Hawaii, sends him a letter to give to his uncle. Adam sets out to find him in Fresno, but he only finds Davi’s cousin. He tells Adam that to find his dad he has to go to a war camp in Manzanar. When Adam arrives at the camp there are [...]

    • Cj C says:

      In A Boy No More by Harry Mazer, the reader comes to understand that boys in this time period had to mature fast and be ready for anything. The settings are at Pearl Harbor on a sunny day with clear skies, and boot camp, muddy and dreary. The point of view is first person omniscient from the boy Adam ,who is 13 years old, watched the bombing on Pearl Harbor while going fishing with his friends. After watching the Bombing of Pearl Harbor, Adam knew that once his father died, he'd have to be his o [...]

    • Dean Deters says:

      summery:Its a boy and hes in a war With his familytting:He is in hawaii by the Pearl Harbor.Character trait:He helps in the war.He like to go outside even wen the war is still going. Most important event:I think in the war.Recommendation:This for 4th and upReeceSummery-The story is about Adam he is in the middle of war and his dad is missing. Setting-It is important to be safe in war. Adam helps in the war.Character trait-Adam because he saves people and his friends and he knows what to do in ca [...]

    • Sarah Crawford says:

      Adam Pelko is fifteen and living in Hawaii. His father dies on the Arizona in the attack on Pearl Harbor and later he, his mother and Bea, his younger sister, move to the mainland. Adam had Japanese American friends, one of whom is Davi, and Davi wants Adam to deliver a letter to his cousin whose father was arrested after the start of the war.It's not that simple, though, as the person he's supposed to deliver the letter to isn't in San Francisco any more. Davi goes to an assembly center, but th [...]

    • Amanda says:

      The story of 14-year-old Adam is clear and straightforward. The year is 1941, and Adam's family has left Hawaii. Having just lost his father in the Pearl Harbor attacks, Adam is adjusting to a new life with new friends and scenery in California. He develops positive relationships rapidly while struggling to fulfill a request from his Hawaiian and Japanese-American best friend. Undertones and overtones of racism as well as classic coming of age struggles pepper the plot. The writing in this book [...]

    • Theresa says:

      A Boy No MoreMazer, Harrysurviving pearl harbor was difficult. Living with the knowledge that his family will never be the same is harder. Going to school and making friends while his family decentegrates may distory him. His mother is not eating, working, then staying out partying with new friends makes Adam question if his family can survive. Then a letter comes from his friend at Pearl harbor, asking for help. He feels the tug of honor, and goes to deliver the letter only to find that he was [...]

    • Jake Sistek says:

      This was a good book even though the first one was better it still is a good book. the them of this book is determination because he has to deliver the letter to Davies Dad that is in one of the Japanese camps in the U.S.A. the thing that makes it determination is all of the things in his way like: his mom, school and his job. the reason he had to deliver the message was because he wanted to tell his dad (Davies Dad) that he's ok. this book shows so much determination for a small favor his frien [...]

    • Andrew Hartze says:

      A Boy No More By: Harry MazerGood reads reviewBy: Andrew Hartze I read A boy No More for my lit circle book. It was a decent book and I’m glad I got a chance to read it. It’s about a boy named Adam, who is struggling with the loss of his dad, who died at Pearl Harbor. Adam knows that he has to buck up and now be the man of the house. My favorite part of the book was when Adam was being a dork and asked his “friend” if he could kiss her. So I thought that it was odd that he asked to kiss [...]

    • Max says:

      This book was good but not great. I thought that it had a good story to it but I alwawys thought that there would be more to the whole Pearl Harbor incident rather than him just telling everyone about it. It would have been alot better of a story explanation for them to have started the book with him being at the scene of when that happened. That was the only thing that bugged me throughout the book. Other than that they were very good with story telling and this was definitely a book that I did [...]

    • Tyler Mcelroy says:

      I enjoyed reading the historical fiction book "A Boy No More" By: Henry Mazer. This book was about the life for a Japanese American in America in World War II. The life of a 'Jap' in America was not very pleasant. Americans were prejudice against the Japanese. They thought all Japanese Americans were spies and criminals that were spying for the Japanese army, and they wanted to kill them. Even though it was an excellent historically fictional story of a 15 year-old Japanese American who had to t [...]

    • Michael Anderson says:

      Title: A Boy No MoreLexile: 530I loved this book because it mainly focused on the friendship between Adam and the friend who he left when he moved from Honolulu, Davi. An example of their unbreakable bond is when Adam receives a letter from Davi stating that his dad, Mr.Mori, was moved to a Japanese interrogation camp and asks him if he can find him. Adam does that.One of my favorite parts is when Adam attempts to find Mr.Mori even through all the hardships he had to go through because that show [...]

    • Megan Witmer says:

      I like this book because it told a story of a boy name Adam Pelko who moved from Hawaii to California during WWII after his father died at Pearl Harbor. The story was about someones life who saw Pearl Harbor happen and Adam saw his fathers ship go down and promised himself to live up to his fathers standards and support his mother. Adam moved to a townhouse in Bakersfield, California and decided to get a job to support his mother and help his friends that were put into Jap-Camp. Adam ended up he [...]

    • Cassaundra says:

      1. Awards: 2003 ALAN Award2. Interest Level: 6-8th grade3. Brief Summary: After Pearl Harbor Adam and his family move to Bakersfield, California. Stilling trying to move on from his father’s death, Adam’s friend Davi asks him to help find his father who was taken from Hawaii and put in an internment camp in California. As Adam journey’s off to find Davi’s father Adam learns more about himself then he expected.4. Connection: I would connect this to History because this takes place during [...]

    • Austinhunter says:

      This book wasn't like any of the other books I have read recently but it was okay. When I was done with this book and I tried to think back on what happened it seemed a little confusing. When I got into the book while I was reading it it always would change the subject but was still on the main story line too often and too fast. I liked what happened in the book and some of the people in it were inspiring and some not. Also while I was reading it I would have liked it to have more detail like so [...]

    • Jessie R says:

      I think this book was very emotional and the author did a good job of expressing his feeling and letting his personality show. This book is about a boy named Adam Pelko. His dad is at Pearl harbor when the Japanese attacked. Adam was on the harbor watching as the boat was shot down. His mom wanted to go move with their grandpa. They argued and were all in a terrible mood. They didn't tell little Bea that their father died, everything wasn't going their way.

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