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Raggedy Chan - Illustrated Edition

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Emma Chan-McDougal receives a special gift from her Auntie Gracie: a rag doll named Raggedy Chan. But Raggedy Chan is no ordinary doll. She is a beautiful Chinese princess who lives in a jasper palace on the enchanted isle of Kunlun. The peace of her island home is threatened when Drought Fury steals Winged Dragon, bringer of rain. Without Winged Dragon, Kunlun will wither ...more
Paperback, 56 pages
Published June 2008 by Pixiu Press
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May 07, 2013 Scott rated it really liked it
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Raggedy Chan by Camille Picott involves Auntie Grace telling a story to her niece Emily about respecting her heritage. The story she chooses to tell is one of a Princess of a faraway place who comes to another land in order to save her home. She has to make some major sacrifices in order to find what she needs to save her family.

The beginning and end of each chapter involve a scene with Aunt Grace teaching Emily a little of what it means to be Chinese with the middle of the chapters following R
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Feb 22, 2012 Camille Picott rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
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I've always felt that minority characters are under-represented in the genre of speculative fiction (science fiction and fantasy). I have noticed a growing awareness of this among the hard-core fan base, but change is slow. As a person of mixed race (half Chinese, half Caucasian), some part of me has always struggled to find characters I could identify with racially.

Every book I voluntarily select
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