Child of the Owl: Golden Mountain Chronicles: 1965 Quotes

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"Somehow Barney never got around to what would happen after we ran out of things to buy and apartments to move into. But maybe that's because his story never really got off the ground" (Page 4).

"The only thing in Uncle Phil's house without an expensive price tag was me, and they started to see what they could do about upping my value as soon as I got in the door" (Page 17).

"I knew more about horse races than I knew about myself - I mean myself as a Chinese. I looked at my hands again, thinking they couldn't be my hands, and then I closed my eyes and felt their outline, noticing the tiny fold of flesh at the corners" (Page 35).

"The simplest thing would have been to go to Paw-Paw and ask her to help me, but for one thing I never wanted to learn Chinese. I...

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