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The house Baba built : an artist's childhood in China

House Baba

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Little, Brown and Co., Volume 1st, New York (2011)

Call Number:

Cubb Curr NC975.5 .Y68 A2 2011 F

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/9569214

Keywords:

Artists--United States--Biography, Ed.--Childhood and youth, Shanghai (China), Shanghai (China)--Biography, Young, Young, Ed

Abstract:

Summary: "In Ed Young's childhood home in Shanghai, all was not as it seemed: a rocking chair became a horse; a roof became a roller rink; an empty swimming pool became a place for riding scooters and bikes. The house his father built transformed as needed into a place to play hide-and-seek, to eat bamboo shoots, and to be safe. For outside the home's walls, China was at war. Soon the house held not only Ed and his four siblings but also friends, relatives, and even strangers who became family. The war grew closer, and Ed watched as planes flew overhead and friends joined the Chinese air force. But through it all, Ed's childhood remained full of joy and imagination."--Amazon.com.

Publication Language:

eng

Notes:

Ages 7-14