Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Dragon's of Silk by Laurence Yep

Dragon's of Silk by Laurence Yep

Harper Collins Children's Books



Four generations of Chinese and Chinese-American girls, beginning in 1835, are tied together by the tradition of raising silkworms and the legacy of the legendary Weaving Maid.

1 comment:

  1. A very touching historic fictional account of how Chinese women fought to protect and support their families through several generations. Mr. Yep does an excellent job of making the reader care about and identify with the characters in the story who struggle to do "the right thing" by giving up on their own dreams.

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