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Big Clay Pot
Scott Mills (au) (il). A graphic novel about ancient Japan. It begins in 200 B.C.E., several thousand years after the end of the last ice age. The waters have warmed & risen, creating the cluster of islands we know as Japan. Across this body of water came many immigrants. When Sun Kim came from Korea to Kyushu, the southernmost island of Japan, she was looking for a fresh start. This was during the Yayoi period of Japanese pre-history (300 B.C.E.-300 C.E.). Sun Kim’s experiences, told here through pictures & also in Japanese writing along the edges of the pages, involve a big clay pot. Through the creation of one of these pots, she has simultaneously honored Kokoro, worked through her grief, & estab. closure on an important part of her life. B&W illus.
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