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Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes By Eleanor Coerr

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Transcript of Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes By Eleanor Coerr

Sadako and
the Thousand Paper Cranes
By Eleanor Coerr
Presented by Bryan Macleod
This is Sadako ''on the right'' and this is a true story about her life in Hiroshima (Japan).
She lived from 1943 to 1955.Sadako was 12
years old when she past away from the atom bomb disease (Leukemia).
She was a really smart girl and loved to
When Sadako was coming home from school and said to her mother that she was chosen to be in a marathon but when she was near the end of the race she suddenly felt dizzy spells in her head.
<---- This is Eiji the smallest brother.
He is six years old and he would normally lose a sock or a shirt!
Please watch all this
video so you can get an
idea about Sadako.
Thank you!:)
Main Character
This story takes place in Hiroshima Japan
from 1945 to 1955.When the atomic bomb was
dropped on Hiroshima near the Ohta river.
This story is about a young girl named Sadako and her family.
She has two brother's named, Eiji and Masahiro. Her sister's name is, Mitsue. Her parent's name is, Mr. and Mrs.Sasaki.
Sadako developed leukemia
from the radiation by the
atomic bomb.
Sadako had to stay in the hospital and created paper cranes wishing for her recovery. In 1955 Sadako was 12 years old she died of leukemia.
World War II
Atomic bomb
One theme in this story is survival
because Sadako is trying to fight
leukemia. The other theme is hope
because Sadako hopes that her
wish will be granted by making the
This is Sadako's family praying
to Sadako's grandma
The lesson in this story is to never give up.
The second thing is to always help each other.
Last but not least is to have hope!
the Thousand Paper Cranes
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