The arrival

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Arthur A. Levine Books, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 122 pages
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In this wordless graphic novel, Tan captures the struggles and joy of the immigrant experience through clear, mesmerizing images which tell the story of a man who leaves his homeland and his family to build a better life. Young adult.

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User Review  - widdowsd - LibraryThing

This wordless graphic novel is both serious in theme and fantastic in setting and creative, futuristic creatures. It tells the story of immigrants moving to a new and confusing land where there are new foods, languages, and challenges. Read full review

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User Review  - Mrs_McGreevy - LibraryThing

Tan's wordless story of the immigrant experience is a visually stunning knockout. Tan's story tells of a nameless man who moves to a new country to better support his family. He struggles with ... Read full review

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