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Book Description
Kira-Kira was written by Cynthia Kadohata. Kira-Kira was published by by Cynthia Kadohata.
Book Information
Publisherby Cynthia Kadohata
BindingPaperback (26 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of PagesN/A
Publication Date07/12/2009
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About Cynthia Kadohata (Author) : Cynthia Kadohata is a published author of children's books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Cynthia Kadohata include Kira-Kira (Unabridged), Weedflower (Unabridged), Cracker!: T... more
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9/22/2008 Katherine Frey said: Beautifully written. Great for the classroom--Especially if you are looking for something multicultural & realistic.
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3/14/2008 Tracy Wymer tagged as: , I read

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11/27/2007 Maha Addasi tagged as: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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11/23/2007 jama rattigan tagged as: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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9/17/2007 Christy Evers said: a touching story about a Japanese girl dealing with racism and her sisters illness and death. the first half of the book made me smile, the last half made me cry. Well worth reading. (even though I don't usually like books that make me cry)
tags: I recommend, Inspired me, I read

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