An Alphabet for Adults and Worldly ChildrenBook - 1998
Seven-year-old Kai-ming Wong is wide-eyed over the big North American city where he and his parents have gone to live. It is a far cry from the hills and countryside of South China, the only home Kai-ming has ever known. The glass towers and shiny cars are as foreign to the boy as the English spoken by the children playing in the streets. So Kai-ming stays inside his house while his parents search for work.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Douglas & McIntyre, c1998.
Characteristics:  p. :,col. ill. ;,23 cm.
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