A Boy at War
The theme of "A Boy at War" is friends and family, because Adam never wanted his family to be in trouble, such as war.
The theme of "A Boy at War" is friends and family, because Adam doesn't want to leave Honolulu without his dad because he thinks that his dad is still alive.
The theme of "A Boy at War" is friends and family, because he supported the Japanese boy, because they were best friends.
The author of this book, used historical facts to make this story. For example, he used Adams fathers ship, (the Arizona) and all of the other ships, to make the story more realistic. There were also some things that the author changed too. Like when the attack came in, Adam had been trained by his dad a little bit, but he still never knew what he should do. He blamed the japenese boy for the attack, nobody that I know gives up on their own friends.
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Mazer, Harry. A Boy at War: A Novel of Pearl Harbor. New York: Simon & Schuster for Young Readers, 2001. Print.