Halfway Home: Drawing My Way Through Japan is about a girl that was born in Japan by an American man and a Japanese woman who now lives in Japan. This book shows her journey to Japan, her time while she is there, and part of her way back to America. She gets to redisover her birthplace and see new things she has never seen before. She gets to reconnect with her grandparents that live in Japan. She shares in this book the cultural differences between America and Japan
In my opinion, This book is wonderful but I recommend this book for people older than 12
due to certain topics and words. I loved this book because I actually felt some kind of connection with the author. I liked how this book had multiple topics - not just focusing on one theme or subject. This book has something in it for everyone. At times, this book can be funny but at other times more serious.