The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane
by Lisa See
Praise For This Book:
“Lisa See transports readers to the remote mountains of China…come for the heartwarming bonding between mother and daughter; stay for the insight into Akha culture and the fascinating (really) history of the tea trade." —Real Simple

"With strong female characters, See deftly confronts the changing role of minority women, majority-minority relations, East-West adoption, and the economy of tea in modern China. Fans of See’s Snow Flower and the Secret Fan will appreciate this novel.” —Library Journal

"With vivid and precise details about tea and life in rural China, Li-Yan’s gripping journey to find her daughter comes alive." —Publishers Weekly

"A riveting exercise in fictional anthropology." —Kirkus Reviews

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