January 24, 2007
Posted by: Mark Siegel
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AMERICAN BORN CHINESE made it to YALSA’s TOP TEN Best Books of the Year for Young Adults!
American Born Chinese, Kampung Boy, and Deogratias all made the larger ALA list of Best Books.