A piece of home / Jeri Watts ; illustrated by Hyewon Yum.
0 current holds with 31 total copies.
View other formats and editions
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|North Kansas City Public Library||JE WAT (Text)||0001002232815||JUV Easy||Available||-|
|North Kansas City Public Library||JE WAT (Text)||0001002232823||JUV Easy||Available||-|
|Cameron Public Library||E WAT (Text)||32311111184426||Early Reader Fiction||Available||-|
|Carthage Public Library||P Watts, Jeri (Text)||34MO2001803521||Primary Fiction||In process||-|
|Caruthersville Public Library||E WAT (Text)||38417100212101||Easy||Available||-|
|Cass County Library-Harrisonville||E WAT 2016 (Text)||0002204884320||Children's Picture Books||Available||-|
|Cass County Library-Northern Resource Center||E WAT 2016 (Text)||0002204895425||Children's Picture Books||Available||-|
|Douglas County Public Library||E Wat (Text)||35633000031036||Easy Reader Books||Available||-|
|Festus Public Library||E Watts (Text)||32017000073671||Picture Books||Available||-|
|Heartland Regional Library - Belle||E WAT (Text)||35555001919994||Picture Books||Available||-|
|Next 10 »|
- ISBN: 0763669717
- ISBN: 9780763669713
- Physical Description: 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 27 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: Somerville, Massachusetts : Candlewick Press, 
A child-friendly story about the trials and triumphs of starting over in a new place while keeping family and traditions close.
|Target Audience Note:||
|Study Program Information Note:||
Accelerated Reader AR LG 3.6 0.5 182216.
Search for related items by subject
|Subject:||Moving, Household > Juvenile fiction.
Koreans > United States > Juvenile fiction.
A Piece of Home
A child-friendly story about the trials and triumphs of starting over in a new place while keeping family and traditions close. When Hee Jun's family moves from Korea to West Virginia, he struggles to adjust to his new home. His eyes are not big and round like his classmates', and he can't understand anything the teacher says, even when she speaks s-l-o-w-l-y and loudly at him. As he lies in bed at night, the sky seems smaller and darker. But little by little Hee Jun begins to learn English words and make friends on the playground. And one day he is invited to a classmate's house, where he sees a flower he knows from his garden in Korea -- mugunghwa, or rose of Sharon, as his friend tells him -- and Hee Jun is happy to bring a shoot to his grandmother to plant a "piece of home" in their new garden. Lyrical prose and lovely illustrations combine in a gentle, realistic story about finding connections in an unfamiliar world.