Pearl Harbor Memorial

Pearl Harbor Memorial

On December 7, 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, leading the United States to enter World War II. It was a day that shaped the course of history and changed the world forever. For this reason, regardless of where you live or where you are from, you will want your child to learn about this event.


Fortunately, many books for children about Pearl Harbor are available, some of them quite good. Take a look at these books and see if there is something your child would like. There are graphic novels, as well as first-hand accounts from both American and Japanese survivors that help bring the history to life.

The books are for a variety of ages, from 6 all the way up to teens. I’m sure that you will enjoy the books and may learn some things you hadn’t known before.

Carol BainbridgeBooksHistory Books for Children
On December 7, 1941, Japan attacked Pearl Harbor, leading the United States to enter World War II. It was a day that shaped the course of history and changed the world forever. For this reason, regardless of where you live or where you are from, you will want your...