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Books

Yang the Eldest and His Odd Jobs

By: Lensey Namioka

The Yang family is known for its talented musicians. The best in the group is Eldest Brother, Ying Wu, who spends most of his time practicing his violin. Everyone thinks he will become a famous violinist...

Yang the Second and Her Secret Admirers

By: Lensey Namioka
illustrated by: Kees de Kiefte

The delightful companion to the popular Yang the Youngest and His Terrible Ear and Yang the Third and Her Impossible Family.Yinglan Yang couldn't care less that her brother and sister have adopted all...

Yang the Third and Her Impossible Family

By: Lensey Namioka

Yingmei Yang has changed her name to Mary now that she's learning how to be American. It's hard since her family sticks to their Chinese customs, which can be embarrassing in public. Still, Mary wants...


Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear

By: Lensey Namioka

Everyone in the Yang family is a talented musician except for nine-year-old Yingtao, the youngest Yang. Even after years of violin lessons from his father, Yingtao cannot make beautiful music.Now that...

Year of Impossible Goodbyes

By: Sook Nyul Choi

It is 1945, and courageous ten-year-old Sookan and her family must endure the cruelties of the Japanese military occupying Korea.  Police captain Narita does his best to destroy everything of...

Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze

By: Elizabeth Lewis

Young Fu is bound for seven years to be an apprentice to Tang the coppersmith, and his new life in the Chinese city Chungking is both exciting and terrifying. Young Fu endures the taunts of his coworkers,...



Resources

Youngifications Guide

By: Random House

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