Don't miss the stunning no.1 New York Times bestseller. New country. New life. Whole new world . . .
When the coronavirus hits Hong Kong, ten-year-old Knox's mom makes the last-minute decision to move him and his siblings to California, where they think they will be safe from the virus.
But life in America isn't easy. At Knox's new school, the other kids think that because he is from Asia, he must have brought over the virus. At home, Mom's freaking out because she just got fired, and Dad doesn't know when he'll see them all again, because all flights out of Hong Kong have been cancelled.
As racism skyrockets during COVID, can Knox stand up to hate while finding his place in his new country?
Based on her own lived experience, No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Kelly Yang spins a heart-warming tale of courage, hope and resilience in the face of unprecedented times.
'This is a warm, sensitive, deep-dive of a family story, full of kid logic, bitter sibling rivalry, and the imperative to stand up to racism. Is essential reading to process what we've all been through.' - Guardian
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