I’m tickled to share this new review of my memoir, The Same Moon, from the Japan America Society of Minnesota. Here’s what reviewer Tom Haeg identified as a takeaway:
What we learn here is a clearer meaning of tolerance. We must accept others as similar to, not different from ourselves. What we share in common is more important than what distinguishes us. Inclusion not exclusion. Said in another, eponymous way: it’s the same moon seen in Moorhead as it is in Japan.
Yes! I love that. Thank you, Tom, for putting it so well. The full review is below.
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