Paperback, 96 pages, 10x8, English
by Tim Pfaff
Hmong in America is the dramatic story of one of America's newest groups of immigrants, the Hmong, told through the voices of the people who lived this contemporary history. Their journey begins in the scenic, rugged highlands of Laos, travels through the Vietnam War, pauses in the over-crowded refugee camps of Thailand, and ends with the challenges of resettlement and a new life in America.
This book also contains a lot of black and white and color photos of the Hmong which takes one through as a slide show of Hmong life from Laos to Eau Claire, Wisconsin. These photos in this book are perfect for students who are doing school project on Hmong history.