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Anno's Counting Bookby Anno, Mitsumasa
Thirty-five poems look at various aspects of driving, including passing the written driver's test, being pulled over by a cop, and having an accident, and treat them as a metaphor for life.
Having fled Cambodia four years earlier to escape the Khmer Rouge army, seventeen-year-old Sundara is torn between remaining faithful to her own people and adjusting to life in her Oregon high school as a "regular" American.
Anno's Counting Houseby Anno, Mitsumasa
The Best of Times: Math Strategies that Multiplyby Tang, Greg
The story is about a girl named Dara who goes to a refugee camp along with her family, but gets separated from them and endures many challenges to be safe once again with them.
Anno's Facesby Anno, Mitsumasa
Blue Jay in the Desert, illustrated by Isao Kikuchiby Shigekawa, Marlene
Dark Blue Suit and Other Storiesby Bacho, Peter
Anno's Journeyby Anno, Mitsumasa
Desert Exile chronicles the experiences of a well-to-do Japanese American family before and during the internment of Japanese-Americans during the Second World War.
The Case of the Goblin Pearlsby Yep, Laurence
The reader is asked to perform a series of arithmetic operations integrated into the story of a man who plants magic seeds and reaps an increasingly abundant harvest. A story that helps children understand the process of plant growth.
Children of Asian Americaby
Apple Pie 4th of July, illustrated by Margaret Chodos-Irvineby Wong, Janet S.
Mah returns to her roots to paint an authentic portrait of 20th century China as well as to tell the story of her painful childhood and her courage and ultimate triumph over despair.
Dream Edenby Ty-Casper, Linda
At the Beachby Lee, Huy Voun
In 1927, as Christmas approaches, fifteen-year-old Joan Lee hopes to get her parents' permission to celebrate the holiday, one of the problems belonging to the only Chinese American family in her small West Virginia community.
Fifteen-year-old Sookan adjusts to life in the refugee village in Pusan but continues to hope that the civil war will end and her family will be reunited in Seoul. Historical fiction.
A Japanese American boy learns to play baseball when he and his family are forced to live in an internment camp during World War II, and his ability to play helps him after the war is over.