East Asian Studies Grant Received

Center for East Asian Studies at UW-Madison with logo of a ginkgo leaf

The Stoughton Public Library received a grant from the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Center for East Asian Studies! The library received $205 to purchase the 23 books for children and teens listed below. We are excited to share these wonderful books with our community, and we're so grateful to the Center for East Asian Studies for making it possible!

"Angel in Beijing" by Belle Yang
"Cool Melons--Turn to Frogs! The Life and Poems of Issa"
"Dear Juno" by Soyung Pak and Susan Kathleen Hartung
"Faithful Elephants: A True Story of Animals, People, and War" by Yukio Tsuchiya and Ted Lewin
"Grandfather's Journey" by Allen Say
"The Green Frogs" by Yumi Heo
"I Miss My Grandpa" by Jin Xiaojing
"Kamishibai Man" by Allen Say
"Kimonos" by Annelore Parot
"The Name Jar" by Yangsook Choi
"The Phone Booth in Mr. Hirota's Garden" by Heather Smith and Rachel Wada
"Revolution is Not a Dinner Party" by Ying Chang Compestine
"Ruby's Wish" by Shirin Yim Bridges and Sophie Blackall
"Sadako" by Eleanor Coerr and Ed Young
"So Far from the Bamboo Grove" by Yoko Kawashima Watkins
"The Sound of Silence" by Katrina Goldsaito and Julia Kuo
"Tree of Cranes" by Allen Say
"Weedflower" by Cynthia Kadohata
"When My Name Was Keoko" by Linda Sue Park

"Brave Story" by Miyuki Miyabe
"Pyongyang" by Guy Delisle
"Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution" bu Ji-Li Jiang
"A Step from Heaven" by An Na