Young Laurence didn't really where he fit in. He thought of himself as American, especially since he didn't speak Chinese and couldn't understand his grandmother, who lived in Chinatown. But others saw him as different in the conformist American of the 1950s. In this engaging memoir, the two-time Newbery Honor author tells how writing helped him start to solve the puzzle.Young Laurence didna#39;t really where he fit in.
|Title||:||The Lost Garden|
|Publisher||:||Harper Collins - 1996-09-20|