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Little Fei-fei loves kites. She lives in China with her grandfather, who makes the most beautiful kites. Then a letter arrives from North America--the time has come for her to join her parents there. She is full of questions and doubts about her new life in a country far away. Will she and Grandpa even share the same sky? On her first day at her new school, she is excited ...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published September 1st 1999 by Annick Press
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Ting-xing Ye, author of the best-selling memoir, A Leaf in the Bitter Wind, was born in Shanghai, China, in 1952, the fourth of five children born to a factory owner and his wife. At sixteen she was “sent down” to a prison farm during the Cultural Revolution, spending six years there before being admitted to Beijing University. She took a degree in English Literature, then began a seven year caree ...more
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