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Albert Carlton - Cashiers Community Library J KIM (Text) 39493108431877 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
Bordeaux Library J KIM (Text) 31781065188029 Juvenile Fiction Checked out 04/01/2019
Braswell Memorial Main Library J KIM (Text) 37807000007333 Juvenile Fiction Available -
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Cumberland Headquarters J KIM (Text) 31781065188045 Juvenile Fiction Available -
East Regional Library J KIM (Text) 31781065188094 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Enka-Candler Library J KIM (Text) 0020512023100 Juvenile New Fiction Checked out 04/10/2019
Fairview Library J KIM (Text) 0020512053826 Juvenile New Fiction Available -
Hope Mills Library J KIM (Text) 31781065188060 Juvenile Fiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781534419292
  • ISBN: 1534419292
  • Physical Description: 279 pages ; 22 cm
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Atheneum Books For Young Readers, [2018]

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Ok Lee knows it's his responsibility to help pay the bills. With his father gone and his mother working three jobs and still barely making ends meet, there's really no other choice. If only he could win the cash prize at the school talent contest! But he can't sing or dance, and has no magic up his sleeves, so he tries the next best thing: a hair braiding business. It's too bad the girls at school can't pay him much, and he's being befriended against his will by Mickey McDonald, the unusual girl with a larger-than-life personality. Who needs friends? They'd only distract from his mission, and Ok believes life is better on his own. Then there's Asa Banks, the most popular boy in their grade, who's got it out for Ok. But when the pushy deacon at their Korean church starts wooing Ok's mom, it's the last straw. Ok has to come up with an exit strategy--fast.-- Provided by Publisher.
Subject: Mothers and sons > Juvenile fiction.
Korean Americans > Juvenile fiction
Loss (Psychology) > Juvenile fiction.
Money-making projects for children > Juvenile fiction.

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