Cynthia Kadohata - Kira-Kira PDF Download eBookKira-Kira is a greatly moving young-adult novel by Cynthia Kadohata. This book had gotten wide critical acclaims and won several award including the prestigious 2005 Newbery Medal for children’s literature. It depicts the live of a Japanese-American girl, Katie. She admires her sister Lynn who always makes things seem glittering or sparkling or kira-kira, which describes the sky and the ocean and also people’s eyes (deep-colored but also translucent).
When Katie’s parents decide to move to the Deep South of Georgia, they find people stop and stare at them. Lynn explains to Katie why people do that and shows her how to look beyond tomorrow. Katie’s family is facing a hard time when Lynn becomes seriously ill. To save the family, it is now up to Katie. She really needs to find a away to make her family remember how her sister always view life.
Kira-Kira PDF eBook Details
• Author: Cynthia Kadohata;
• Genre/Subject: Young Adult, Children;
• Language: English;
• PDF Pages: 133;
(Page count might be different due to scanning or formatting)
• File Size: 0.6 MB;