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Red Means Good Fortune: A Story of San…

Red Means Good Fortune: A Story of San Francisco's Chinatown

by Barbara Diamond Goldin, Wenhai Ma (Illustrator)

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Jin Mun cannot wait for the Chinese New Year and hopes that he will find good fortune in the future, until he meets Wai Hing, a poor slave girl, and must come up with a way to set her free. Reprint. SLJ.

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Twelve-year-old Jin Mun, working for his father's laundry in San Francisco's Chinatown, is shocked to discover that one of his neighbors is a slave girl, forbidden to leave her house.

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