• The Unmaking of an American Quick View
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    • —A Memoir of Life in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia by Roger Pulvers “Roger has fearlessly thrown himself into the whirlpool of cross-culturalism.  His life reads like an adventure story.”—Ryuichi Sakamoto The Unmaking of an American is an engaging and entertaining cross-cultural memoir spanning decades of dramatic history on four continents. Author, playwright, translator, journalist, theater and film…
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    • by Anupa Roy   A climate crisis in the Ice Age. A cold snap leads to an unrelenting glacial. For our prehistoric ancestors survival is threatened. Food gets harder to find in the frigid lands of Central Asia. Yet the tribes living near the Altai Mountains have found a refuge. A river and a lake allows some plants and trees…
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  • Time for the World to Learn from Africa Quick View
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    • by Ruth Finnegan FBA It is a common notion that Africa has, and indeed ought to have, learned much from the west. This is not wrong; all cultures rightly learn from each other. But less is said of what there is to learn from Africa: from her stories, myths, music, proverbs, insights - and more. Here an acclaimed African scholar steps…
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  • The Illegal Immigrant 非法移民 Quick View
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    • a novel by Mohammed Umar Who is Mustapha? A respected Nigerian journalist and an aspiring filmmaker or an illegal immigrant wanted by the Home Office? Is he even Mustapha, or is he Michael, Kimani, or any one of the other identities he takes on to survive? This is not just Mustapha's story. It is a social saga with a glittering…
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    • by Li Tong Winner of the 1986 Hong Chien-Chuan Children's Literature Award and the 1989 Yang Huan Literature Award   Through misunderstanding, sympathy, reconciliation and love, seven schoolchildren forged an abiding friendship in their hometown Penghu, a cluster of islands in the Taiwan Strait. Brought together by their Arts and Crafts teacher, the children learned to cherish their friendship and…
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    • by Gerelchimeg Blackcrane   A compelling novel set in Tibet, Mongolia, and China, about the adventures of a fiercely powerful yet lovable Tibetan mastiff. Translated from the Chinese by Anna Holmwood ISBN: 978-1-911221-31-9 Publication date: 25 April 2020 Format: Paperback (B-format) 203mm x 133mm Pages: 200 pp  
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  • L’Aventure magique: Kris et Kate construisent un bateau Quick View
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    • Histoire par Ruth Finnegan Illustrations par Rachel Backshall Kris et Kate construisent un bateau dans le sable et leur chien Holly gambade autour d’eux. Ils s’aventurent dans une crique, sous le regard de leur mère restée sur le rivage. Un doux conte magique admirablement illustré qui incite à la découverte de l’histoire naturelle. Traduit de l’anglais par Gwendolyne Thio et…
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  • Queen Bee and Other Stories Quick View
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    • by Xu Xiaobin   Translated from the Chinese by John Howard-Gibbon, Natascha Bruce, Nicky Harman and Alvin Leung ISBN: 978-1-911221-19-7 Publication date: 25 March 2019 Format: Paperback (Demy octavo) 216mm x 138mm Pages: 120 pp Cover illustration by Xu Xiaobin  
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  • The Tree Fort on Carnation Lane Quick View
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    • by Horace Ho Daniel Fang’s mid-thirties are marked by the birth of his daughter and the death of a childhood friend. His daughter’s birth and infancy reminds him of his own boyhood, his friend’s death of the good times he had with back in their old neighbourhood.   They were the kids from the wrong side of the temple, kids…
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    • by Randy Taguchi Riku Sato is in the fifth grade, when he moves from Utsunomiya to Fukushima to switch schools. Minamisoma, the town he arrives in, is virtually deserted--after the devastating earthquake and tsunami disaster of March 11, 2011, which struck the Tohoku region in Japan and triggered a nuclear meltdown, not a single soul is in sight; not in…
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