Graphic Novelist Betty Tang Presents Parachute Kids
The Reading Bug is thrilled to host Author Betty Tang at your school with this very important book. This beautiful book will resonate with graphic novel enthusiasts, historical fiction lovers and families interested in current events. Read on about the book below and be sure to order your author signed copy that will be delivered to your school on the day of the event!
From New York Times bestselling comic artist Betty C. Tang comes a funny, fast-paced, and heartrending story about three kids living on their own as undocumented new immigrants, inspired by the author’s own childhood as a parachute kid. Perfect for fans of New Kid and Front Desk.
★ “Emotionally moving and beautifully executed.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review
THEN, select quantities of each title to order (leave quantity as 0 if you do not wish to order a title).
NEXT, add details about your child & school and set personalization options.
FINALLY, add your order to cart, then check-out and pay. Order confirmation will be sent after payment.
Pre-order author signed copies using this form. Books will be delivered to your child's teacher on the day of the event.
Your order can help your school! For every $200 spent, The Reading Bug donates BugBucks to fund school purchases.
A DREAM TRIP TO AMERICA TURNS INTO A NIGHTMARE!
Feng-Li can’t wait to discover America with her family! But after an action-packed vacation, her parents deliver shocking news: They are returning to Taiwan and leaving Feng-Li and her older siblings in California on their own.
Suddenly, the three kids must fend for themselves in a strange new world—and get along. Starting a new school, learning a new language, and trying to make new friends while managing a household is hard enough, but Bro and Sis’s constant bickering makes everything worse. Thankfully, there are some hilarious moments to balance the stress and loneliness. But as tensions escalate—and all three kids get tangled in a web of bad choices—can Feng-Li keep her family together?