Henry Chow and other stories

  • By: Evelyn Lau,
  • Pages:134
  • Publisher:Tradewind Books
  • Themes:short stories, Chinese, Asian-American, Aisian-Candian identity, immigrationexperience
  • Available:09/01/2010
  • Age Groups:Fiction Ages 12+
Set around the world—in Canada, the UK, India, Japan and Jamaica—these fascinating stories by emerging and established writers, such as Evelyn Lau and Governor General's Award winner Paul Yee, will captivate and entertain teens of all ages.
"Teen readers will enjoy this collection's engaging stories... Due to its themes and intended readership, this collection will be a good addition to a school or public library as well as an academic library's secondary education collection. Highly recommended."
– CM Magazine
"Refreshing [in] that the stories are are not specifically about clash of cultures or the prevalence of racism."
– Resource Links
"With its broad range of themes, this collection should appeal to a variety of readers."
– School Library Journal
"Each perspective is unique and captivating...The thirteen short stories in this slim volume range from heartbreaking to empowering. Recommended."
– Library Media Connection
“The stories in Henry Chow have been well chosen, reflecting a diversity of experiences and offering a taste of what's out there by Asian Canadians.”
– Paper Tigers