Nancy Keane's Booktalks -- Quick and Simple
Irwin, Hadley.
New York : Puffin Books, 1988
ISBN 014032593X
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Sixteen-year old Kim Andrews is curious about her history. Her father died when she was a baby. She thinks her mother is keeping secrets. Half of her is Japanese Kimi Yogushi and the other half is American Kim Andrews. Kim travels to Sacramento to find her aunt and learn about her past. There she finds surprises along the way. Read Kim/Kimi by Hadley Irwin to find out what surprises she learns about herself.  (Kristine Shaw, Meeker Elem. School)
SUBJECTS:     Identity -- Fiction.
                        Japanese Americans -- Fiction.
                        Fathers and daughters -- Fiction.
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