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VERY GOOD BOOK FOR KIDS,AND FAMILY, AND MY SON LOVES IT,HAVE A LOT VOCABULARY AND HAS A LOT OF DETAILS.Published 20 months ago by belen
Great book for young people that are trying to identify their multiethnic background. It was also a fun,easy, and fast read.Published 20 months ago by Raq
Life is great for Joseph Calderaro on the last day of his thirteenth year. Then, on his fourteenth birthday, disaster (call it, really, an obstacle) strikes. Read morePublished on January 20, 2010 by Judy K. Polhemus
Joseph Calderaro is a pretty typical 8th grader. He also happens to be adopted. He was abandoned in Korea as a baby and adopted by an Italian-American family from New Jersey. Read morePublished on July 1, 2008 by D. Williams
Believing that his fourteenth birthday will be the best one yet, Joseph Calderaro will be amazed at how quickly it turns sour.
It all happens during second period. Read more
Kimchi and Calamari provided great entertainment and insight for me and my two teenage aged daughters. Read morePublished on May 20, 2007 by Jean M. Spiegelhalter
Kimchi and Calamari was a wonderful book! I sat down one night around 10, and did not go to sleep until I finished it! I loved Kimchi and Calamari because it reminded me.... Read morePublished on May 18, 2007 by K. Sura