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Digital Book Displays: Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage (May)

Celebrating Asian Voices: Fiction and Poetry

The Joy Luck Club
Little Fires Everywhere
The Namesake
My Year Abroad
The Sympathizer
The Kitchen God's Wife
Useful Phrases for Immigrants
3 Sections
Standing Water
We Play a Game
A Map of Betrayal
The Undressing

Biography and Memoir

On Gold Mountain
Maya Lin
Who Am I?
Voices of the Heart
Asian Americans in the Twenty-First Century
Gasa-Gasa Girl Goes to Camp
Monkey Bridge
Minor Feelings
Litany for the Long Moment


The Cambridge History of the Pacific Islanders
The Making of Asian America
Changes and Conflicts
Prisons and Patriots
Strangers from a Different Shore
The Asian Americans
Moving Images

Culture and Ethnicity

The Korean Americans
Asian American Family Life and Community
The Taiwanese Americans
The Filipino Americans
Asian American Women and Men
The South Asian Americans
The Chinese Americans

About This Virtual Display

Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month is held each May to recognize the contributions of Asian Americans to the history and achievements of the United States. A rather broad term, Asian/Pacific encompasses all of the Asian continent and the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.

Together, let’s celebrate the accomplishments of Asian Americans, and thank them for paving a path for future generations. 

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