Onion Tears

Onion Tears Nam Huong is miserable living in a new country without her beloved family Then why can t she cry Vietnamese Nam Huong wants to adjust to her new life in Australia but she can t She misses her parents

  • Title: Onion Tears
  • Author: Diana Kidd L.M. Montgomery
  • ISBN: 9780688118624
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nam Huong is miserable living in a new country without her beloved family Then why can t she cry Vietnamese Nam Huong wants to adjust to her new life in Australia, but she can t She misses her parents and her beloved grandfather too much, and she is haunted by her experiences as a refugee When her clasmates try to make friends she rejects them, so they begin to tease anNam Huong is miserable living in a new country without her beloved family Then why can t she cry Vietnamese Nam Huong wants to adjust to her new life in Australia, but she can t She misses her parents and her beloved grandfather too much, and she is haunted by her experiences as a refugee When her clasmates try to make friends she rejects them, so they begin to tease and torment her Soon, she doesn t talk at all But with the help of her foster mother and her teacher, Nam Huong slowly begin to trust and love again

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    1. I had read one story titled ”Onion Tears”. The story talked about a girl that lost her family and she learn how to lived her life without them. She from Vietnam.Nam-Huong is a quiet and lonely girl. She cried in side every time when she remember her family. She lost her family during the war when the soldiers took her Dad and she lost her Grandpa when they are on the boat to escape from the soldiers. Now she lived with her aunty and Chu-Mind in Australia, but she not a real aunty of Nam-Huon [...]

    2. BOOK REVIEW ABOUT ONION TEARSThis is a fantastic and interesting story of a little Vietnam refugee girl named Nam-Huong. She emigrated from Vietnamese to Australia with her grandfather by a small boat. She loses contacts with her family and her best friend for life ‘’little yellow cannery’’. Nam-Huong lived with Aunty and Chu-Minh because her family was in Vietnam. She started going to school but she has no friends because she’s really quite because of what happened to her in her past [...]

    3. The book onion tears is so interesting story which was happen in veitnam and australia. Nam Huong is the lonely girl of this story. she have long story of her life which is wrote in this book(onion tears)

    4. Author: Diana Kidd Title: Onion TearsOnion Tears is an excellent book that tells us about a refugee girl emigrating from Vietnam to Australia for a new life. She emigrated from Vietnam on a small boat and she lost contact with her family. When she immigrated to Australia, a wonderful and kind woman, Aunty (that’s what Nam-Huong calls her), took her as a daughter and let her live in her house. When Nam-Huong left home she never cried real tears, she only cried onion tears when cutting onions in [...]

    5. Onion Tears is a beautiful book about a young refugee girl coming to terms with her new life. Immigrating on a small boat from Vietnam, Nam-Huong loses contact with all of her family and is taken in by "Aunty". The only tears she can shed are those when cutting onions in her aunty's small restaurant. The book illustrates the lack of comprehension by classmates, some of the coping strategies of those who have to flee their homes, and the hope that one day family will be reunited.Although written [...]

    6. Diana Kidd's short novel Onion Tears provides an evocative account of Nam-Huong's life, after fleeing war in Vietnam. Re-settled in Australia, she lives with 'Aunty' and Chu Minh, a chef in Aunty's restaurant. Grief and trauma have left Nam-Huong mute, as she tries to make sense of past and of her new life, neither of which are easy. I have to admit a weakness for mute characters in literature. One reason is that writers have to work extra hard when characters cannot simply speak. One device Dia [...]

    7. Onion Tears by Diana KiddOnion Tears is a wonderful book, it’s about a young Vietnamese girl immigrating on a small boat to Australia. She loses connection with her family and she lives with a boy named Chu-Minh and her adopted Aunty in a small restaurant. Nam-Huong goes to school but she has no friends because she doesn’t talk (she is very quiet). She has a teacher named Miss Lily who tries to get Nam-Huong to talk.I like the book a lot it made me sad for what happened to Nam-Huong but it m [...]

    8. TW: Death. A less advanced novel most suited to middle school students, Onion Tears depicts the life of Nam-Huong, a Vietnamese refugee living in Australia. After the death of her parents, Nam-Huong must adjust to life in Australia with only the support of her adoptive parents and her hostile classmates. Although this is a rather simple novel, its honest portrayal of the difficulties of being a refugee, and of experiencing trauma in general, presents an accessible and engaging text. Some student [...]

    9. A short story about a refugee girl from Vietnam looking for her inner voice and inner peace.From Nam's point of view, we see the hardship she and her family had gone through during the war in Vietnam to their escape to a new found land (I'm assuming it's Australia).A beautiful tragic story of war-torn refugees finding a land full of hope and fresh start while embracing who they are and where they came from.

    10. this book is a bout Nam hung travelling with a little boat with her grandfather and leaving her mom and dad at Vietnam and she left Vietnam because there was a war going on their. And now she lives with her aunty and Chu minh and her teacher miss Lilly.

    11. When reading this book I noticed that you really have to take your time to understand everything clearly. You have to infer a lot of times because it will not tell you what happens the book shows you.I really enjoyed it and highly recommend it.

    12. Moving, extremely powerful and yet delicately written; I've read this book several times since it came out, and still felt I gained something from the latest rereading. Diana Kidd was a wonderful writer and is sadly missed, as both writer and friend.

    13. The time i read the"onion tears" is that i first arrived USA. Settled in the new country, everything is newi feel curious sometimes but also helpless. I felt the same feeling as Nam. Thus, this book really taugh me. Exactly strike my mind. This is a book that worth to reading.

    14. A good book for young readers dealing with different issues in the life of a refugee girl. Touching but simple enough for kids.

    15. I just love this book because it is so inshresting. I like when chumen stils six domplings it is so lugny.

    16. Chu Minh is a good masterchef , because he can twirl a knife all by itself round and round his thumb.

    17. I think it about a girl name Nam-Hung lives with her auntie witch is not her real auntie. She only lives with her because hor parents and her grandma and grandpa died.

    18. good it had very sad bits but ended being very happy. Even though it was a short book it still was gripping.

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