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    They had us make our own cranes when we read this during middle school I was new to origami, but it only took a couple of minutes to make the crane I suddenly wondered how long it would take to make a thousand At two minutes a crane, sitting in bed and doing it for, say, eight out of my sixteen waking hours, I d be done in less than a week.This seemed funny to me, until I read that the real Sadako did finish her thousand cranes in less then a month, and kept on foldingBut...


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    And he prayed that his family would be protected from the atom bomb disease called leukemia History learning has many angles, andoften than not, we tend to focus on the big, exciting events of wartime action, while forgetting to highlight the consequences of those actions.In times when leaders in the world seem to have forgotten the impac...


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    Sadako Sasaki was 12 years old when she died of leukemia This was due to the radiation from the atomic bomb that was dropped by an American pilot in her hometown in Hiroshima, Japan during World War II She was 2 years old then and had no memory of the war whatsoever This 1977 book, Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleonor Coerr, a Canadian American, was published twenty two years after Sadako s death To explain the title, there is this belief in Japan that if you are sick, fold 1,000 Sadako Sasaki was 12 years old when she died of leukemia This was due to the radiation from the atomic bomb that was dropped by an American pilot in her hometown in Hiroshima, Japan during World War II She was 2 years old then and had no memory of the war whatsoever T...


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    This is an amazing book, one that will stay with me as an all time favourite at school When you can remember reading it as a youngster and when that can evoke further memories, that means it s made a true impact.


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    This book is the best I have ever read.It is about a girl named Sadako who had got a disease called Leukemia People caught Leukemia after the atom bomb had blasted in Japan and people had died from it And many year later out of no where Sadako caught it and she had to be hospitalized for many months Sadako was very upset because she had gotten a chance to run a race for school and now she can t even participate because of her weakness.Her friend told her that if she makes one th...


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    Before reading Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, I had two misconceptions about the story First, my image of Sadako in the story was the same with the scary and long haired Sadako of The Ring and The Grudge Second, I thought the cranes were those large equipments used for lifting heavy objects like those used in construction sites.After reading reviews about the book, however, I realized that the Sadako in Eleanor Coerr s book is a true story of a girl in Japan who died at the age of 12 A Before reading Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes, I had two misconceptions about the story First, my image of Sadako in the story was the same with the scary and long haired Sadako of The Ring and The Grudge Second, I thought the cranes were those large equipments used for lifting heavy objects like those used in construction sites.After reading reviews about the book, however, I realized that the Sadako in Eleanor Coerr s book is a true story of a girl in Japan who died at the age of 12 And that the cranes referred to are not machines but a type of long legged and long necked birds.Sada...


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Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes Hiroshima Born Sadako Is Lively And Athletic The Star Of Her School S Running Team And Then The Dizzy Spells Start Soon Gravely Ill With Leukemia, The Atom Bomb Disease, Sadako Faces Her Future With Spirit And Bravery Recalling A Japanese Legend, Sadako Sets To Work Folding Paper Cranes For The Legend Holds That If A Sick Person Folds One Thousand Cranes, The Gods Will Grant Her Wish And Make Her Healthy Again Based On A True Story, Sadako And The Thousand Paper Cranes Celebrates The Extraordinary Courage That Made One Young Woman A Heroine In Japan.