December 7, 1941 was a day that Americans, especially those in Hawaii, won't forget. Choose any of the books or videos below and learn the facts and myths about the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
At Dawn We Slept: The Untold Story of Pearl Harbor
Gordon William Prange, Donald M. Goldstein (Contributor), Katherine V. Dillon (Contributor)
Highly rated and considered a great resource for those wanting to know the truth of Pearl Harbor. Prange
explores the views of both the American and Japanese, interviewing civilians and military personnel on both sides. Order At Dawn We Slept
Attack On Pearl Harbor: The True Store of How America Entered World Was II
By Shelley Tanaka and David Craig(Illustrator)
This book was written to reconstruct the key events of the attack on pearl harbor based on real life experiences. This book follows four different individuals from both sides of the war and features powerful illustrations to help understand the tragedy of the day.
Order Attack On Pearl Harbor: The True Story Of How America Entered World War II
today!Battleship Arizona: An Illustrated History
Learn the history of the USS Arizona, its crew, and see it as the Pearl Harbor Memorial its become. Stillwell
does a great job in these 404 pages. Order Battleship Arizona
Pearl Harbor is Burning!
Kathleen V. Kudlinski, Ronald Himler (Illustrator)
Teach your children about WWII with this great reader about two boys' friendship during a time of uncertainty and prejudice in Hawaii. Order Pearl Harbor Is Burning!
Pearl Harbor-Two Hours That Changed The World (VHS)
In the spirit of great journalism, ABC News
produced a video to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Be captured as they interview Americans and Japanese, military and civilians, explore testimony of survivors, and see it come alive with Ford's 1943 film footage. Order Pearl Harbor