Taeyoung is a very self-conscious eighth-grader, but she has reason to be so, as one of only two Korean-Americans in her school. She copes with discrimination (some real, some imagined) and with a sense of isolation and loneliness, struggles with friendship and shifting loyalties, and a growing sense of herself.
A nice, charming, and short book about growing up Asian in America. Nothing terribly deep, but not a shallow book either. A good read.
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