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The Laziest Boy in the World

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When Xiaolong devises a way to capture the thief who breaks into his family's home, all the people in the Chinese village change their minds about the lazy boy.
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published February 14th 2008 by Holiday House (first published September 1998)
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Pretty dull story about a spoiled boy who doesn't want to do anything, pretty pictures. Cultural book.
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Namioka was born in Beijing, the daughter of linguist Yuenren Chao and physician Buwei Yang Chao. The family moved often in China. In 1937, the Chaos were living in Nanjing, and fled westward in the face of the Japanese Invasion. They eventually made their way to Hawaii, then Cambridge, Massachusetts. Namioka attended grade school in Cambridge and excelled at mathematics.

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