Print book list. Thirteen-year-old Mai Yang is a recent Hmong immigrant to the United States, arriving after 10 years in a squalid Thailand refugee camp. She finds life in Providence, Rhode Island, difficult because her cultural values clash with shopping, dating, Christianity, teenage rebellion, and other aspects of the American lifestyle. This story provides an excellent portrayal of the immigrant experience and the challenge of assimilation, with shrewd observations about American behavior, Hmong traditions, teenage boundaries, and peer pressure. Includes glossary, afterward, Hmong pronunciation guide, list of Thai words, definition of Thai symbols, and bibliography. Many worked courageously in jungle hospitals in Bataan or in underground tunnels on Corregidor Island.
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I started to blog about my adventures in shopping for petite clothing, and soon a small community of women grew around my blog. I fell in love with the community and my ability to help other women build their own wardrobes. How small are you? Is your family petite as well? I wear between a size US4.
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The word behind almost any sprawling anime franchise or much raved about show is usually shounen. But while it seems like "shounen" just means action anime where a bunch of guys aim to be the best, it's so much more than that. Read our Shounen Subgenre Guide. Shounen's all about huge life-or-death battles, side-splitting comedy, heavy suspenseful atmosphere, mindless fun and even a bit of romance. That's because shounen isn't a genre; it's a demographic — that is, it's a whole lot of solid gold anime aimed at young teen boys.
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