Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Related Searches. It is about a Japanese girl living in America who although she is familiar with aspects of her culture, she has really adapted to the American culture as well and has made friends in America. Sort order. But when her family moves back to Japan, she soon feels lost and homesick for America.
At home in San Francisco, May speaks Japanese and the family eats rice and miso soup and drinks green tea. When she visits her friends' homes, she eats fried chicken and spaghetti. May plans someday to go to college and live in an apartment of her.
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Average rating 4. A charming read to celebrate Tea for Two Tuesday. However, eventually her talents set her on a path towards Tea With Milk follows a young woman stuck between the Japanese and American cultures of what appears to be the late s.
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After growing up near San Francisco, a young Japanese woman returns. Tea with Milk.
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Allen Say, Author, Allen Say, Illustrator Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) $17 (32p) ISBN Tea with Milk is a story about identity. Unlike many identity picture books, Masako is not struggling to fit into American society, but struggling to find her American.
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It was a spontaneous book of ironic "Deja vu". Every illustration is made with such care and is gorgeously realized.
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After graduating from high school, May has plans to go to college and continue living in San Francisco, but her father decides to move back to his homeland of Japan. May plans someday to go to college and live in an apartment of her own. I think this book is more appropriate for some of the older students due to the age and experiences of the main character.
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