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North Branch - Bridgeport JPB KENT (Text to phone) 34000080285141 Juvenile Summer Reading Available -
North Branch - Bridgeport JPB KENT (Text to phone) 34000080285166 Juvenile Summer Reading Grade 7-8 Available -
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General Note: Originally published: New York : HarperCollins, c2007. With additional material.
"Extras inside"--Cover.
Summary, etc.: Teenaged Joseph Calderaro, who was adopted from Korea by Italian parents, begins to make important self-discoveries about race and family after his social studies teacher assigns an essay on cultural heritage and tracing the past.
Subject: Korean Americans Fiction
Adoption Fiction
Family life Fiction
Korean Americans Children's fiction
Adoption Children's fiction
Family life Children's fiction

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Kimchi and Calamari
Kimchi and Calamari
by Kent, Rose
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Kimchi and Calamari

There are worse things in the world than being adopted. But right now Joseph can't think of one. Joseph Calderaro has a serious problem. His social studies teacher has given him an impossible assignment: an essay about ancestors. Ancestors, as in dead people you're related to. Joseph was adopted, but the only sure thing he knows about his birth family is that they shipped his diapered butt on a plane from Korea and he landed in New Jersey. How do you write about a family you've never known and at the same time manage all the other hassles that middle school mixes in the pot? What Joseph writes leads to a catastrophe messier than a table of shattered dishes--and self-discovery that will change his life recipe forever. . . .
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