Oranges On Golden Mountain

Author: Elizabeth Partridge
Publisher: Paw Prints
ISBN: 9781442055728
Size: 51.15 MB
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Oranges On Golden Mountain from the Author: Elizabeth Partridge. When hard times fall on his family, Jo Lee is sent from China to San Francisco, where he helps his uncle fish and dreams of being reunited with his mother and sister.

Authors In The Kitchen

Author: Sharron L. McElmeel
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781591582380
Size: 56.47 MB
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Authors In The Kitchen from the Author: Sharron L. McElmeel. Stir up a batch of storybook treats with recipes contributed by 50 beloved children's authors, and learn more about their lives and work.

The Complete Guide To Service Learning

Author: Cathryn Berger Kaye
Publisher: Free Spirit Publishing
ISBN: 157542133X
Size: 72.19 MB
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The Complete Guide To Service Learning from the Author: Cathryn Berger Kaye. Presents tips and advice for professionals who are creating or overseeing service-learning programs.

Multicultural Picturebooks

Author: Sylvia S. Marantz
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810849334
Size: 16.49 MB
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Multicultural Picturebooks from the Author: Sylvia S. Marantz. An annotated bibliographyof picturebooks about non-European countries and cultures around the world, with an emphasis on the illustrations and the emotional impact they carry.

Around The World With Historical Fiction And Folktales

Author: Beth Bartleson Zarian
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
ISBN: 9780810848160
Size: 50.11 MB
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Around The World With Historical Fiction And Folktales from the Author: Beth Bartleson Zarian. Whether two teachers are covering the same topic in separate classes, or designing a thematic unit with the school librarian, this handy guide to nearly 800 award-winning historical fiction for Kindergarten through 8th grade will assist all parties in the selection of high quality literature.

Teaching Emergent Readers

Author: Judy Sauerteig
Publisher: Libraries Unlimited
ISBN: 9781591582519
Size: 22.68 MB
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Teaching Emergent Readers from the Author: Judy Sauerteig. Provides a collection of lesson plans for early chapter books.

Learning Chinese

Author: Belinda Y. Louie
Publisher: Danforth Book Distribution
ISBN: 9781887542548
Size: 28.95 MB
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Learning Chinese from the Author: Belinda Y. Louie. "...The Chinese/English bilingual texts allow both novice and advanced Chinese language learners to sharpen their language skills while enjoying the stories..."--Cover back

Reading Globally K 8

Author: Barbara A. Lehman
Publisher: Corwin Press
ISBN: 1412973929
Size: 42.64 MB
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Reading Globally K 8 from the Author: Barbara A. Lehman. Showing how teachers can infuse global literature throughout the K–8 curriculum, this inspiring guide recommends numerous outstanding books and provides a wealth of teaching ideas.

On Gold Mountain

Author: Lisa See
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 1101910089
Size: 15.26 MB
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On Gold Mountain from the Author: Lisa See. Out of the stories heard in her childhood in Los Angeles's Chinatown and years of research, See has constructed this sweeping chronicle of her Chinese-American family, a work that takes in stories of racism and romance, entrepreneurial genius and domestic heartache, secret marriages and sibling rivalries, in a powerful history of two cultures meeting in a new world. 82 photos.

The Golden Mountain

Author: Easurk Emsen Charr
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252065132
Size: 21.22 MB
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The Golden Mountain from the Author: Easurk Emsen Charr. At the age of ten and unaccompanied by any adult, Easurk Charr came to Hawaii in 1904, a convert to Christianity who hoped to earn enough money to acquire an education and return to his native Korea as a medical missionary. The Golden Mountain is Charr's story of his early years in Korea, his migration to Hawaii and the mainland, and the joys and pain of his life as one of some seven thousand Koreans who migrated to the United States between 1903 and 1905. Charr tells eloquently of his difficulties in becoming a naturalized citizen, even after serving in the army, of his sergeant's encouragement of his quest for citizenship, his return to San Francisco and a job in a cousin's barbershop during the Depression, and of the American Legion's help when his Korean-born wife was threatened with deportation proceedings after her student visa expired. After becoming a naturalized citizen, Charr took the civil service examination and, for the remainder of his working life, was employed by the U.S. government, first in Nevada and then in Portland, Oregon. The introduction and annotations by Wayne Patterson provide a broader perspective on both Charr and the Korean immigrant experience.