Memories and family stories weave
together in And They Returned to provide a personal understanding
of the Japanese invasion and occupation of the Philippines during WWII. Evelyn
Chapman Castillo lived through these times as a young girl, hearing stories
shared by family members and friends. By chronicling the atrocities of war and
one family’s astounding will to survive, And They Returned
provides a window into a displaced community desperate to preserve its culture.
Chapman Castillo enjoys dancing Zumba, singing, music, reading, and writing.
She is currently working on short stories and fictional tales for young people
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