Danny Chung Sums It Up

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Price
$16.99  $15.80
Publisher
Harry N. Abrams
Publish Date
Pages
240
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.1 X 1.1 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781419748219

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About the Author
Maisie Chan is a British-born Chinese author. She has written early reader books for Hachette and HarperCollins; a collection of fairy tales, myths, and legends in Stories From Around the World for Scholastic; as well as many stories for The Big Think, a well-being curriculum based around stories for elementary school children. She also started the group Bubble Tea Writers to support and encourage new British East and Southeast Asian writers in the United Kingdom. When Maisie isn't writing, she enjoys yoga, dim sum, and singing really loudly. She has lived in the UK, United States, and Taiwan. Originally from Birmingham, Maisie now lives with her family in Glasgow.

Natelle Quek is an illustrator based in London. She has been drawing for as long as she could hold a pencil, and she now focuses on children's illustration. In her free time, Quek loves to explore museums and nature trails with her husband, hunt down delicious pastries, and cuddle her pets.
Reviews
"Told with humor and authenticity, this refreshingly sweet story also touches on the challenges Danny and his family face as British Chinese people. . .Funny and heartwarming; a balanced equation of family, culture, and being true to yourself." --Kirkus Reviews
"Chan wholeheartedly portrays intergenerational relationships and cross-cultural exchange in a way that resonates. . .Classic middle grade humor and detailed bw sketchbook drawings by Quek add humor to an insightful read." --Publishers Weekly
"This is a richly illustrated, humorous, and heartfelt realistic fiction tale with a diverse set of relatable protagonists." --School Library Journal