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A Single Shard by Linda Sue Park
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Sep 01, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: newberry-and-awards, 2008, 5-star-books, asian
Read in November, 2008

Tree-ear is an orphan in twelfth-century Korea. He lives under a bridge with Crane-man, a homeless widower who has taken him under his wing. Tree-ear is fascinated by master potter, Min, who lives in the nearby village. Secretly watching Min work, Tree-ear longs to be a potter himself. He persuades Min to let him do little jobs, until one day he has the chance to provide a service for him - one that could bring glory to Min and the village and fulfil his own dreams Excellent!
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