"my sister and I were taught to say his name in a hushed tone to show respect" (pg 1)
"Ching-Chong, ching chong!" (pg 75)
"On our first foray in school my sister and I had encountered kids who laughed and pointed at us" (pg 75)
"They screwed up their faces. 'Are you gonna eat them for supper?'" (pg 75)
"These items, I learned, were not only expensive but rare. One had to know someone to get them. One had to be invited to purchase them." (pg 78)
"I'm really P.O.'ed" (pg 24)
"Pissed off was one of the first phrases she taught me, followed by its fond abbreviation, P.O.'ed". (pg 24)
Anh and I were transfixed by the bright red cylinder and the mustache grin on Mr. Pringle's broad, pale face." (pg 3)
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