Paper Son: The Inspiring Story of Tyrus Wong, Immigrant and Artist

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Anne Schwartz Books
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9.1 X 10.9 X 0.5 inches | 1.05 pounds

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About the Author
JULIE LEUNG is the author of the Mice of the Round Table series, including A Tail of Camelot, Voyage to Avalon, and most recently, Merlin's Last Quest. This is her first picture book. In her free time, she enjoys furtively sniffing books at bookstores and winning obscure board games. Originally from Atlanta, she now lives in New York City, where she works as a marketing director at Del Rey Books. Visit her on the web at and follow her on Twitter at @jleungbooks.

CHRIS SASAKI is a former character designer and illustrator for Pixar Animation Studios, where he has designed characters for Monsters University and Inside Out. His work has been featured at Gallery Nucleus, on Cartoon Brew, in the New York Times, and in the Society of Illustrators annual. He lives in Oakland, California. Visit him on the web at
""A beautiful, must-read tribute to hardworking families and the magic they create." --Kirkus, starred review

"[A] gorgeous picture book biography about an unsung hero of animation and Chinese American history." --Booklist, Starred Review

"Confidential, fluid prose deftly captures the stress and strangeness of his immigration experience and his artistic blossoming and impact.... A window into the troubled history of transpacific immigration and a look at a long-undersung contributor to our visual landscapes." --Bulletin

"A well-told story that spotlights the too-often unrecognized talent and contributions of America's immigrants." --School Library Journal

"A meaningful portrayal of one working-class experience and an image of a loving, hardworking family." --Publishers Weekly