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Tofu Quilt

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 266 Ratings and 102 Reviews

Book Description

A collection of poems telling the story of Yeung Ying, a young girl in Hong Kong in the 1960s who, against the conventions of society and family members, aspires to become a writer

Book Information
PublisherLee & Low Books
BindingHardcover (4 editions)
Reading LevelAges 9-12
# of Pages126
Publication Date10/01/2009
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About Ching Yeung Russell (Author) : Ching Yeung Russell grew up in mainland China and Hong Kong. She began writing letters for her relatives at the age of eight and was inspired to become a writer by her desire to eat more dan lai (milk... more
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About Phillip K. Russell (Illustrator) : Phillip K. Russell is a social worker and an avid photographer. His photographs have been published in his wife, Ching Yeung Russell's, books. He did all the photo illustrations for A Day on a Shrimp... more
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4/7/2016 Margaret Hanner said:
I read this book out loud to my 3rd grade China born girl. We both enjoyed it so much that I have just ordered The Bungee Cord from the library. I love the literary prose, the vocabulary and the content of the story. I have 2 girls ( 9 and 13 years old) who were born in China. I adopted them when th... more

tags: An awesome story.

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12/17/2009 Ching Yeung Russell tagged as: I wrote

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10/20/2009 jama rattigan tagged as: Inspired me, I recommend, I read

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