FIONA CHENG IS half and half: Her father is Chinese and her mother is Scottish. Fiona looks more like her father than her mother, so people always expect her to be more interested in her Chinese half than her Scottish half. Lately even Fiona’s confused about who she really is.
“A realistic, gentle and funny tale.”— Detroit News & Free Press
“Readers will identify with Fiona’s struggle to fit in.”— Publishers Weekly
From the Hardcover edition.
At Seattles annual Folk Fest, twelve-year-old Fiona and her older brother are torn between trying to please their Chinese grandmother and making their Scottish grandparents happy.