Summer in 1938
Five years later.
Hanako is reviewing news drafts.
"Excuse me but is there any article of animal?"
Last year, Sino-Japanese war has occured.
Almost all of News broadcasted on "Kodomo Newspaper" are about war.
Misato is listning to radio.
Hanako reads news of Japanese lives in Canada.
"When does a story of animal start?"
Misato asks Eiji.
Eiji explains that the news of military horses, dogs and pigeons is the one she hoped for.
She looks sad.
"Mom, I would like to be a soldier."
He seems to apply for military forces but Renko diagree with it.
The dark of war is creaping into the life of people.
Misato is playing with Teru.
Then someone nostalgic visits Hana.
S: Hello, Hana!
It's Miss Scott!
Kajiwara gives Hana a book Miss Scott recommends to translate.
H: Pollyanna! It's one of my favorite stories. Pollyanna... tries find hope in every difficult (inaudible). She's amazing.
S: I agree.
H: To publish a book with you, Miss Scott, is (inaudible).
S: For me, too.
H: How are the teachers well?
S: Some have left Japan for Canada.
H: I see. I heard the government's been putting puressure on mission schools, so I was worried.
S: I hate to think what may happen now.
Hanako translates POLLYANNA.
Sounds of fan...
Footsteps of march...
Sounds of aircrafts...
The sounds of fun turns into sounds of propellers.
"We keep your dog for the nation.
"Where is Teru? Teru! Teru!"
Hanako tells Misato that Teru leaved for his work."
"Mom, Teru will come back, won't he?"
Hanako is lost for words to say.