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Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang Characters Î 2 Review Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang Everyone in the Yang family is a talented musician except for nine year old Yingtao the youngest Yang Even after years of violin lessons from his father Yingtao cannot make beautiful musicNow that his family has moved from China. Read with my 10 year old son for Reading Olympics Nice little story about the 4th child in a Chinese family who comes from a family of musicians but music is not his passion Kids can learn something about the differences between the Chinese and American cultures Twisted except for nine year old Yingtao the youngest Yang Even after years of violin lessons from his father Yingtao cannot make beautiful musicNow that his family has moved from China. Read with my 10 year old son for Reading Olympics Nice little story about the 4th child in a Chinese family who comes from a family of musicians but music is not his passion Kids can learn something about the differences between the Chinese and American cultures

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Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang Characters Î 2 Review Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang To Seattle Yingtao wants to learn English and make new friends at school Still he must make time to practice his violin for an important family recital to help his father get students Yingtao is afraid his screeching violin wil. I wanted to give this stars I liked that Yang and his family are Chinese immigrants and that the story made an effort to show how being an immigrant is different from being Chinese American I liked the challenges of language because learning English is hard with all its irregularities I liked the story line of two kids whose parents wanted them to be interested in one pursuit and each was decidedly interested in a different pursuit There is a lot of good in this book I couldn t give this stars though Written in 1994 I had a really hard time with understanding how a family with four children could move from China to the United States The one child policy was introduced in 1979 Prior to that having fewer children was already encouraged if not officially enforced Was the book set in an earlier time perhaps the 50s or 60s when larger families were still encouraged Was the family actually from Taiwan which is uite separate from China Based on the financial strain the family faces in the story it s hard to imagine that they had multiple children and faced potential fines in China for the sake of a large family Oh maybe they were they minorities Along with these uestions when the story takes place is also the detail that there weren t many Asians in Seattle I don t picture that being the case in the 90s Unfortunately this was a really big detail to not clarify in some way in the story Now I m thinking of giving it fewer stars but since this is a children s book and I m probably not the intended audience I ll stick with three Tehanu effort to show how being an immigrant is different from being Chinese American I liked the challenges of language because learning English is hard with all its irregularities I liked the story line of two kids whose parents wanted them to be interested in one pursuit and A Tradition of Victory each was decidedly interested in a different pursuit There is a lot of good in this book I couldn t give this stars though Written in 1994 I had a really hard time with understanding how a family with four children could move from China to the United States The one child policy was introduced in 1979 Prior to that having fewer children was already Monstruos como nosotros Historias de freaks colosos y prodigios encouraged if not officially Drunken Fireworks enforced Was the book set in an Angels Flight earlier time perhaps the 50s or 60s when larger families were still Murder in Shadow New Scotland YardDoyle and Acton #6 encouraged Was the family actually from Taiwan which is uite separate from China Based on the financial strain the family faces in the story it s hard to imagine that they had multiple children and faced potential fines in China for the sake of a large family Oh maybe they were they minorities Along with these uestions when the story takes place is also the detail that there weren t many Asians in Seattle I don t picture that being the case in the 90s Unfortunately this was a really big detail to not clarify in some way in the story Now I m thinking of giving it fewer stars but since this is a children s book and I m probably not the intended audience I ll stick with three

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Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang Characters Î 2 Review Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang L ruin the recital But he's even afraid to tell his family that he has found something he likes better than musicTogether he and his new friend Matthew think of a sure way to save the recital They are certain nothing will go wro. The story of Yang is one that s sometimes hard to understand simply because it s mired in so much cultural history Yingtao is a boy in a high achieving family of musicians who cannot play his violin at all well despite trying very hard Honestly He d rather play baseballHis struggles to be accepted by his own family were sometimes hard to read I felt for this kid The lengths he had to go to just to not have to play the violin were kind of sadThere s a lot here about Chinese American culture Those parts of the story I enjoyed as it gave a glimpse into a world I didn t know much about I do like the loyalty of his siblings and the hints that even someone as highly accomplished as they were still had struggles of their own Overall The book was ok but not great I felt like there should have been something it it Maybe character development or something as too many of the characters didn t uite feel true and the ending of the book was just too convenient all the way around


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    Lensey Namioka è 2 Summary Free download Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free è Lensey Namioka PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] This book is a chapter book about Yingtao the youngest child of the Yangs a family of musicians recently emigra

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    PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Read with my 10 year old son for Reading Olympics Nice little story about the 4th child in a Chinese family who comes from a family of musicians but music is not his passion Kids can learn something about the differences between the Chinese and American cultures

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    PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Lensey Namioka è 2 Summary I wanted to give this stars I liked that Yang and his family are Chinese immigrants and that the story made an effort to show how being an immigrant is different from being Chinese American I liked the challenges of language because learning English is hard with all its irregularities I liked the story line of two kids whose parents wanted them to be interested in one pursuit and each was decidedly interested in a different pursuit There i

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    PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear is an ok book I felt that due to it being a realistic fiction I was able to appreciate the struggles that he and his family had when they moved to America I found it interesting coming

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    Review Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Lensey Namioka è 2 Summary The story of Yang is one that's sometimes hard to understand simply because it's mired in so much cultural history Yingtao is a boy in a high achieving family of musicians who cannot play his violin at all well despite trying very hard Honestly? He'd rather play baseballHis struggles to be accepted by his own family were sometimes hard to read I felt for this kid The lengths he had to go to just to not have to play the violin were kind of

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    PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Yingtao is the youngest of the four Yang children and the only one who can't make music He's tone deaf He's supposed to play with his siblings in a string uartet but he'd rather trade his violin for a baseball bat and glove Family obligations and social expectations Showing respect and eating with chopsticks Idiomatic co

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    Free download Ð PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free è Lensey Namioka PDF NEW [Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang] Story of a family of musicians who move to America from China Yang the youngest child struggles to adapt to American ways but is fortunate to find a friend Matthew Yang and Matthew share a love of baseball and a music stand in scho

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  • Paperback
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  • Yang the Youngest and his Terrible Ear Yang
  • Lensey Namioka
  • English
  • 12 February 2020
  • 9780440409175