Here is the true story of Bill Wong, a Chinese boy who grew up in the Southwest and who believed his father when he said, "In America, you can be anything you want to be". While vacationing in Spain, he is enthralled by the bullfights and true to his beliefs, struggles against racial prejudice to become the first Chinese matador. Full-color illustrations. "Say fashions a first-person narrative into a resonant biography of an intriguing anomaly… (Say's) portraits . . . are masterfully restrained, even as they suggest high drama". — Booklist, starred review Full color.