Chloe Cho, seventh grader, is beyond curious about her Korean heritage. But no matter how many questions she asks her parents, she can't get any answers from them. What does it mean to be Korean? She really wants to know.
Her luck changes when her new Social Studies teacher, Ms. Ue gives her class an assignment that requires Chloe to interview her parents to get a famly story to share. Finally, finally.... Chloe's Dad sits down and tells her a story about her uncle but Chloe's frustration builds when she gets an "F" on the project and is accused of plagiarism. Why would her father tell her a lie? Why won't anyone tell her the truth about who she is?
978-0545782265 Ages 8-12 260 pages
Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com