1001 Cranes

1001 Cranes

Book - 2008
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With her parents on the verge of separating, a devastated twelve-year-old Japanese American girl spends the summer in Los Angeles with her grandparents, where she folds paper cranes into wedding displays, becomes involved with a young skateboarder, and learns how complicated relationships can be.
Publisher: New York, Yearling, c2008.
Edition: 1st Yearling ed.
ISBN: 9780440422341
0440422345
9781442089419
1442089415
Branch Call Number: J FICTION Hirahara Naomi
Characteristics: 230 p. :,ill.;,20 cm.
Alternative Title: One thousand and one cranes

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teresadao
Jun 13, 2014

I thought that this book wasn't really realistic and so I didn't like it as much. It says she's 12 but she's about as mature as a 9-year-old. And she's involved in a relationship?! That's like 14-year-old stuff, at least to me.

The story was fine, but I just think it wasn't realistic.

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