In Cynthia Kadahota's Kira-kira, the author wrote that many Americans were not nice to Japanese people after World War II, but she also wrote that some Americans were nice to Japanese people. Some Americans in the book were really bad to Japanese people. When Katie was at school, the girls there were not polite to her. When Katie's family was going to rent a flat, the owner of the flat asked for higher rent just because they are Japanese people. But at the same time, some Americans were still nice to Katie's family. When Sammy was hurt by Mr Lyndon's trap, Hank Garvin helped them impartially and took Sammy to a hospital. At last, I want to say that there must be some bad people in the world, but there are also some good people. And good people are always more than bad people!