Josanne LaValley traveled across the Taklamakan Desert to the Hotan region of China, where she spent time among the Uyghur. The recipient of an MFA in writing children's books from Vermont College, Ms. LaValley lives in New York City.
|This story was hard to read at first because of it being slow, but it picked up. It goes to show that the story is influenced by true events. I could not follow too well, with it being slow, but it does change your perspective. It was an interesting read.|
Book in a Pinch
Girl leaves home and goes through some harships.
Go Into This One Knowing
Can be slightly emotional.
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