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  • Mrs. Gumtow

    "In graphic novel format, a young girl describes her experiences growing up in China, beginning with the death of Chairman Mao in 1976."


    Little White Duck is a graphic memoir that was on the Red Dot Long List in 2014; It is in classroom libraries and main library. The last chapter (p70) called Little White Duck is good for teaching reflection/deeper meaning (esp. refer to last three pages).

  • Jennifer Nakayama

    Little White Duck: A Childhood in China by Andres Vera Martinez and Na Liu (graphic novel) about growing up in Wuhan, China from 1976-80.

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