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Where the Mountain Meets the Moon 2,740 copies, 211 reviews
The Year of the Dog 1,062 copies, 61 reviews
The Ugly Vegetables 640 copies, 46 reviews
Starry River of the Sky 592 copies, 33 reviews
Ling & Ting: Not Exactly the Same! 471 copies, 66 reviews
Bringing in the New Year 393 copies, 31 reviews
When the Sea Turned to Silver 376 copies, 14 reviews
Dim Sum for Everyone! 347 copies, 20 reviews
The Year of the Rat 286 copies, 7 reviews
A Big Mooncake for Little Star 251 copies, 36 reviews
Dumpling Days 223 copies, 12 reviews
Fortune Cookie Fortunes 207 copies, 6 reviews
Lissy's Friends 207 copies, 7 reviews
Kite Flying 187 copies, 5 reviews
Round is a Mooncake: A Book of Shapes (Illustrator) 509 copies, 28 reviews
Flying Lessons and Other Stories (Contributor) 382 copies, 11 reviews
Red Is a Dragon: A Book of Colors (Illustrator) 227 copies, 6 reviews
When You Grow Up to Vote: How Our Government Works for You (Illustrator, some editions) 34 copies, 1 review

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From her official website (www.gracelin.com):
Grace Lin is the author and illustrator of more than a dozen picture books, including THE UGLY VEGETABLES and DIM SUM FOR EVERYONE! Grace's first children's novel THE YEAR OF THE DOG was released with glowing praise. While most of Grace's books are about the Asian-American experience, she believes, "Books erase bias, they make the uncommon everyday, and the mundane exotic. A book makes all cultures universal." See more about Grace and her work at www.gracelin.com.
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