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Tales from Gold Mountain: Stories of the Chinese in the New World
By Simon Ng (illustrator) and Paul Yee
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Groundwood Books
Publication date May 1, 1999
Pages 64
Binding Hardcover
Book category Juvenile Fiction
ISBN-13 9780888990983
ISBN-10 0888990987
Dimensions 0.50 by 8.50 by 10.25 in.
Weight 0.90 lbs.
Availability§ Out of Print
Original list price $18.95
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Summaries and Reviews
A collection of eight stories reflecting the gritty optimism of the Chinese who overcame prejudice and adversity to build a unique place for themselves in North America. description: Product Description:
Eight original stories give readers a sense of the hardships faced by the first Chinese-Americans. In "Spirits of the Railway," a young man appeases the ghosts of dead railroad workers who were never properly buried. In "Forbidden Fruit," a father's prejudice keeps his daughter from marrying her beloved. Dramatic illustrations accompany the stories. "The brief, pithy tales strikingly reflect traditional Chinese beliefs and customs in New World circumstances. . . . A book not to miss."-- Booklist Starred Review

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9780888990983 | details & prices | 64 pages | 8.50 × 10.25 × 0.50 in. | Rec. grade levels 7-9 | 0.90 lbs | List price $18.95
About: A collection of eight stories chronicling the experiences of Chinese immigrants in the New World presents stories of triumph, disappointment, success, struggle, loss, and adventure

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