Crying in H Mart: A Memoir, Michelle Zauner
Growing up as the child of an American father and a Korean mother, Zauner always felt like an outsider. Both in Eugene, Oregon, where she grew up, and Seoul, where her mother was from, she felt out of place. When her mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer, it intensified her desire to connect with her Korean heritage, fearing that she was permanently losing her link to that part of her family. The book chronicles this period of her life when she moved back home to take care of her mother during her final months.
1.3" H x 8.2" L x 5.8" W, 256 pages, hardcover