|Title:||Sea Glass (Golden Mountain Chronicles)|
|Format:||mbr doc azw lrf|
|ePUB size:||1400 kb|
|FB2 size:||1243 kb|
|DJVU size:||1328 kb|
|Publisher:||HarperCollins Publishers; Uncorrected Proof edition (January 1979)|
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This new entry in the Golden Mountain Chronicles features the same stunning design as the previous books in the series, including Newbery Honor Books Dragonwings and Dragon's Gate. Award-winning author Laurence Yep has written a highly readable historical novel that hints at the complex experience of the children and grandchildren of the Chinese immigrant generation. Genre: Children's Fiction. Used availability for Laurence Yep's Sea Glass.
Book 8 of 10 in the Golden Mountain Chronicles Series. Thief of Hearts (Golden Mountain Chronicles, 1995). The Serpent's Children: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1849. Dragon Road: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1939.
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Dragonwings is a children's historical novel by Laurence Yep, published by Harper & Row in 1975. It inaugurated the Golden Mountain Chronicles (below) and it is the fifth chronicle in narrative sequence among ten published as of 2012. The book is used in school classrooms and has been adapted as a play under its original title
by Laurence Yep. Yep adds to his ongoing Golden Mountain Chronicles with this absorbing tale of a basketball team that leaves San Francisco's Chinatown to barnstorm across California and the West in 1939. Lured by the chance to show off his basketball skills and earn steady money, as well as to break away from his alcoholic father and economically depressed community, Calvin joins a newly organized squad dubbed the Dragons, which sets out in a battered jalopy on a relentless tour of small-town gyms and halls, playing both local teams and such historical legends as.
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A description of tropes appearing in Golden Mountain Chronicles. The first book opens in 1849 and the last in 1995. Chronologically they are: The Serpent's Children.
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