Two Lands, One Heart by Jeremy C. Schmidt
An American Boy's Journey to His Mother's Vietnam

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In 1975 TJ's mother was only a chid when she escaped war-torn Vietnam and came to America. Almost 20 years later, she took her eldest son back to meet the family he had never known and to experence firsthand the country and the culture she left behind. Full-color photos.
 

About Jeremy C. Schmidt

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Schmidt is a writer and photographer who specializes in natural history and outdoor subjects. Ted Wood has published a number of highly praised photoessays for Walker & Company, including "Iditarod Dream"; "Spirit of the Maya"; "Two Lands, One Heart"; and "Ghosts of the West Coast," Ted lives in Jackson, Wyoming, and Boulder, Colorado.
 
Published January 1, 1995 by Walker Childrens. 48 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Following the same format used in their In the Village of the Elephants, Schmidt and Wood combine simple, informative prose with action-filled photos to capture a true-life story. TJ and his mother tr

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Through TJ's eyes, the reader encounters the colorful outdoor markets of Saigon and the eerie starkness of the Cu Chi fighting tunnels, then shares TJ's first, emotional meeting with the grandparents his mother believed to be dead.

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