Shortly after the Second World War, the story of the Japanese girl Sadako Sasaki become famous. She was two years old when the atomic bomb fell on Hiroshima, and when she was 11 years, when her leukemia was observed, a consequence of the atomic bomb.
According to an ancient legend, you can make a wish iff you fold one thousand cranes. In the hospital she started with this and the story goes that 644 cranes folded before she died on October 25, 1955. Her friends would have folded the remaining birds and, together with her, are buried.
This book tells the story of the cat of Sadako. He tells about the things she still wanted to do together and he is now alone. So he keeps alive the memory of Sadako.
This book is about 22.0 x 29.3 cm, hardcover, and has 48 pages and is written in Dutch by Judith Loske.