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Pearl Harbor -- A Day of Infamy

Join us on Saturday April 21st for a program about December 7, 1941. Battlefield expert Robert Muelller will discuss the events of that day, the experiences of some of those who were there, and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. Please note: This program will be held off-site at: Village Green 605 Barrington Ave. East Dundee. (Next door to the library.) While you’re waiting, or after the program, you can check out the following titles, which cover the events of that day, as well as its causes and repercussions.

Pearl Harbor: from Infamy to Greatness -- Craig Nelson

Pearl Harbor: from Infamy to Greatness -- Craig Nelson

The USS Arizona: the Ship, the Men, the Pearl Harbor Attack, and the Symbol That Aroused America -- Joy Waldron Jasper

The USS Arizona: the Ship, the Men, the Pearl Harbor Attack, and the Symbol That Aroused America -- Joy Waldron Jasper

Pearl Harbor Christmas: a World at War, December 1941 -- Stanley Weintraub

Pearl Harbor Christmas: a World at War, December 1941 -- Stanley Weintraub

Uprooted: the Japanese-American Experience during World War IIAlbert Marrin

Uprooted: the Japanese-American Experience during World War II – Albert Marrin

Infamy: the Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment during World War IIRichard Reeves

Infamy: the Shocking Story of the Japanese American Internment during World War II – Richard Reeves

Midnight in Broad Daylight: a Japanese American Family Caught Between Two WorldsPamela Rotner Sakamoto

Midnight in Broad Daylight: a Japanese American Family Caught Between Two Worlds – Pamela Rotner Sakamoto

Mrs. Roosevelt's Confidante: a Maggie Hope MysterySusan Elia MacNeal

Mrs. Roosevelt's Confidante: a Maggie Hope Mystery – Susan Elia MacNeal

Come to the Information Desk for more suggestions to keep you reading, and to register for Pearl Harbor: A Day of Infamy. You may also register by calling 847-428-3661 (press 3) or directly at www.frvpld.info.