The writer describes her experiences together a young Vietnamese immigrant, highlighting she family"s move from their war-torn residence to the United states in graphic novel format.
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|AutobiographyGraphic NovelPersonal NarrativeElectronic booksgraphic novelsBiographical comicsComics (Graphic works)Graphic novelsComic books, strips, etcBiography Comic books, strips, etcPersonal narratives Comic books, strips, etc|
|Print version:Bui, Thi.Best we might do.New York : Abrams Comicarts, 2017(DLC) 2016940170(OCoLC)947796066|
|Thi Bui; Thi Bui; Thi Bui; Thi Bui|
|Biography, Document, net resource|
|Internet Resource, computer system File|
| Thi Bui; OverDrive, Inc.|
|Electronic reproduction. |
|Booklist Editor"s Choice/Adult books for Young adult 2017; Nominations: National publication Critics Circle: Bio/Autobio critical 2017.|
|1 online source (327 pages) : illustrations (chiefly color)|
|Master and use copy. Digital master developed according to Benchmark because that Faithful Digital Reproductions the Monographs and also Serials, version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.|
|Labor --Rewind, turning back --Home, the holding pen --Blood and also rice --Either, or --The chessboard --Heroes and also losers --The shore --Fire and ash --Ebb and also flow.|
|Baker & Taylor publications (Firm).; Axis 360. |
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one intimate and moving portrait the one family"s trip from their war-torn home in Vietnam to brand-new lives in America review more...
" Thi Bui"s debut interweaves one account the her own life in the US with her parents" coming-of-age in, and eventual escape from, Vietnam throughout the 1960s and 1970s. <...> however this is no a book without hope. The best We have the right to Do mirrors that empathy trumps hate, fear and also cruelty." Times higher Education Supplement"...explore life for those displaced through the Vietnam war with good subtlety." The Observer review more...