York : Morrow, 1991
Lee family decides to move from Ohio to West Virginia to expand their laundry
business. They are totally unprepared for the prejudice of small town American
of the 1930's. The townsfolk are suspicious of the Asian family and refuse
to go to their laundry. The Lee children have trouble making friends at
school. Will they ever fit in? Can a small town accept new people who are
seen as outsiders? Read the STAR FISHER to find out.
Chinese Americans -- Fiction
Moving, Household -- Fiction
Prejudices -- Fiction
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