A wonderful review written by Midori Friedbauer for the International Examiner (Seattle, Washington, USA) has been published!
A powerful look into the invisible world of children and mothers who are rejected by their nations because of mixed lineage
By Midori Friedbauer -October 29, 2019
Fredrick D. Kakinami Cloyd makes a powerful debut with Dream of the Water Children, a book which transcends genres and enlightens readers with ethereal beauty and judicious use of research in a memoir which recounts his relationship with his family.
Kakinami Cloyd is the child of a Japanese war bride and an African American soldier, and in his book, he offers readers a glimpse into the invisible world of the children and mothers rejected by their nations because of their mixed lineage. . . . . . . .
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