Onion Tears

Onion Tears

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Nam-Huong is miserable living in a new country without her beloved family. Then why can't she cry?

Vietnamese Nam-Huong wants to adjust to her new life in Australia, but she can't. She misses her parents and her beloved grandfather too much, and she is haunted by her experiences as a refugee. When her clasmates try to make friends she rejects them, so they begin to tease and torment her. Soon, she doesn't talk at all. But with the help of her foster mother and her teacher, Nam-Huong slowly begin to trust and love again
Publisher: New York, Ny. : Orchard Books, 1991, c1989.
Edition: 1st American ed. --
ISBN: 9780688118624
Branch Call Number: J FIC Kidd
Characteristics: 62 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Montgomery, Lucy


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Feb 07, 2017

Story of a Vietnamese young girl who has to go live with her Aunt due to the unrest of civil war in her country . How sad she is , confused , timid at the new to her school . Sad, lonely and missing her parents . Quick read and good .

vernessa7 Jul 13, 2013

great book by michael

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vernessa7 Jul 13, 2013

vernessa7 thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over


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