It's 1941 in Seattle, Washington, and Piper Davis is the daughter of a pastor for a Japanese Baptist church. When his congregation is incarcerated in Camp Minidoka, he packs up the family to follow and minister to them. Piper resents being uprooted, but as she learns about the harsh realities of war, and of the civil rights abuses being perpetuated by the US government, she beings to understand that she has the power to make a difference. 313 pages with historical note. Hardcover. Dear America series.