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Throwaway Daughter

by Ting-Xing Ye

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Upon first reading this book, I loved it. It was like looking through a window into another world. Hearing the two different perspectives (the daughter's and the mother's) gives insight into the human side of this issue.
  pmacsmith | Jul 15, 2010 |
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Ting-Xing Yeprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Bell, WilliamContributorsecondary authorsome editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0571221548, Paperback)

Grace Dong-Mei is adopted and taken to Canada. Watching the Tianenmen Square massacre on television prompts her to explore her Chinese ancestry and she begins to unlock the truth about what really happened to her almost 20 years before.

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Grace is adopted. Of the thousands of infant girls abandoned in China since the introduction of the one child policy, she was one of the lucky ones, taken by a loving Canadian family to start a new life. But as a teenager, watching the Tiananmen Square massacre on television prompts her to begin exploring her Chinese ancestry. Suggested level: secondary.… (more)

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