4 edition of Ballad of Yaya Book Three found in the catalog.
|Statement||Lion Forge, LLC, The|
|Publishers||Lion Forge, LLC, The|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 75 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
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The evening before all the family is to leave, stubborn Yaya, unaware of the danger, runs away in an attempt to make it to her audition come what may. Their imagination gives the story a touch of poetry, while humor brings a lighter touch to a story that is steeped in genuine historical tragedy.
He decides to go along with Yaya on her long and perilous journey. In the chaos of the invasion of Shanghai by Japanese troops, a well-bred little girl is separated from her parents and is left alone but for the help of a boy from the streets.
On the way, in the midst of the crowd fleeing the Japanese offensive, She is caught in a bombardment. The children meet all sorts of people, both friendly and wicked, as they travel toward Hong Kong.
But before he can do anything, he must escape from the clutches of Zhu, who runs a gang of homeless boys. The gloom of war, its absurd tragedy, gives way to the incredible capacity of youth to overwhelm grim reality.
This nine-volume series chronicles their long journey fraught with perils. These children learn many growing lessons along the way, not the least of which is to judge a person on their character, not their social or financial status. Imagination is the only thing these children have to defend themselves against adults who are like the ogres, evil fairies, or good witches of bedtime tales.
While she is preparing for an important audition, her father decides that the family must leave town in the face of Ballad of Yaya Book Three imminent Japanese invasion. Together, these unlikely and opposite children set off to find her parents and survive adventures across war-torn China. Tuduo and Yaya barely manage to get away and head off for the south.
She owes her life to Tuduo, a street urchin who discovers her unconscious in the ruins of a house. But before he can do anything, he must escape from the clutches of Zhu, who runs a gang of homeless boys.
While she is preparing for an important audition, her father decides that the family must leave town in the face of the imminent Japanese invasion.
Their imagination gives the story a touch of poetry, while humor brings a lighter touch to a story that is steeped in genuine historical tragedy.