Objects & Places from Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965

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The Happy God / Buddha

It is described as a fat little, bald, smiling man.

Zoot Suit

This has shoulder pads, and it is bright pink in color.

San Francisco

Paw-Paw lives in a small section of this city, and it's where Casey learns about her cultural history.

Morse Code

This is the system Paw-Paw put into place to know who is buzzing the doorbell.

Slapjack

In this game the dealer splits the deck of cards between two players. The players then take turns taking the top card off their pile and putting it in the middle.

Mah-Jong

This is a game of tiles played like checkers by the old Chinese men in Chinatown's parks, particularly by the Chinese men who belong to Paw-Paw's club.

The Owl Necklace

This is made of jade and carved so that every part of the face seems to have come to life.

Princess of the Streets

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