I learned how important a letter can be, and the J.C.s would like to hear from you.
FindingMoonRabbit at gmail.com
Here are ways you may purchase Finding Moon Rabbit.
CHB Books (Discount Direct for Schools/Libraries/Institutions)
Japanese American National Museum Book Store (JANM)
Heart Mountain Book Store (HMWF)
Indie Bookstores: Carmichael’s, Louisville and Tombolo Books, St. Pete, FL
The J.C.s really appreciate your interest. Would you like your local school or library to have a copy? Write us at FindingMoonRabbit at gmail.com
Finding Moon Rabbit’s official launch was July 1 to coincide with the annual Heart Mountain Pilgrimage that took place on July 29-30th.
The J.C.s were at the Pilgrimage in Wyoming. If you’d like more information about Pilgrimages of camps that might be in your area go to https://www.jampilgrimages.com/
Yes. The J.C.s love questions. You can ask away through the social media outlets mentioned, or email us at FindingMoonRabbit at gmail.com.
We hope not! It’s the reason the J.C.s wrote this story. To inform everyone of what had happened so that it won’t happen to any one else’s family ever again.
Raise your voices whenever and wherever you see injustice or intolerance so that violence against any one person or group of people won’t grow.
Most rules are meant to keep us safe. But when rules put people in harm’s way, like it did in Koko’s story, don’t be afraid to speak up.