A story of hope and epiphany and the importance of family heritage.
When she is forced to leave Vietnam, a young girl brings a lotus seed from the Imperial Garden with her to America in remembrance of her homeland. Years later, her grandson plants it in his garden — where it blooms again.
"Exquisite artwork fuses with a compelling narrative — a concise endnote places the story effectively within a historical context — to produce a moving and polished offering." — Publishers Weekly