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The mystery of the frozen brains —Chan, Marty.

Nine-year-old-Marty, the only Chinese boy in his school in a small French Canadian town in Alberta, begins to understand the meaning of alienation, then friendship, as he comes to awareness of his own unique identity in ...

Tunnels of treachery —Bishop, Mary Harelkin, 1958-., author.
DAISY Sound Recording
2018
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Fifteen-year-old Andrea and her ten-year-old brother Tony are drawn into the scary underground of 1920s Moose Jaw to rescue their friends from Mean-Eyed Max and his gang.

Me and Mr. Mah —Spalding, Andrea.

Ian becomes friends with Mr. Mah, and learns they have a lot in common. Both are displaced from their original homes.

Emma's story —Hodge, Deborah.

In this story of international adoption, Emma learns about how she was adopted from China and the many ways in which people come together to form a family.

The mystery of the mad science teacher —Chan, Marty.

When Trina's bicycle is stolen, Marty and Remi gear up to solve the case and are stunned when the evidence leads them to the doorstep of their new elementary school teacher, Mr. E.

My friend Mei Jing —McQuinn, Anna.

Two girls with different ethnic backgrounds form a strong friendship and learn about how their lives differ.

The Chinese violin —Thien, Madeleine, 1974-

When Lin Lin and her father move from China to Canada, it feels like nothing will ever be the same again. Learning a new language and making new friends seems impossible, but the gift of a Chinese violin helps to bridge ...

Melody and myth —Chan, Marty, author.

Kristina and Dylan must track down some valuable artefacts with magical powers and return them to the vault before they fall in to the wrong hands.

Tunnels of treachery another Moose Jaw adventure —Bishop, Mary Harelkin, 1958-. author.
Restricted EAudiobook (NNELS)
2013

Fifteen-year-old Andrea and her ten-year-old brother Tony are drawn into the scary underground of 1920s Moose Jaw to rescue their friends from Mean-Eyed Max and his gang.

Shu-Li and Tamara —Yee, Paul.

A friendship develops between Shu-Li, whose family moved to Canada from China two years ago, and her classmate Tamara, another newcomer to the neighbourhood, but an ugly rumour threatens their relationship.

Tales from Gold Mountain : stories of the Chinese in the New World —Yee, Paul.
Ebook
1989

A collection of eight stories reflecting the gritty optimism of the Chinese who overcame prejudice and adversity to build a unique place for themselves in North America.

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