|008||190529s2018 nyu c 000 1 eng|
|245||14||a|The eleventh trade /|
|260||a|New York :|
b|Roaring Brook Press,
|300||a|288 p. ;|
|510||3||a|School library journal, September 2018|
|510||3||a|Kirkus, July 15, 2018|
|510||3||a|The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books starred, September 2018|
|510||4||a|Horn book guide, September 2018|
|520||a|They say you can't get something for nothing, but nothing is all Sami has. When his grandfather's most-prized possession--a traditional Afghan instrument called a rebab--is stolen, Sami resolves to get it back. He finds it at a music store, but it costs $700, and Sami doesn't have even one penny. What he does have is a keychain that has caught the eye of his classmate. If he trades the keychain for something more valuable, could he keep trading until he has $700? Sami is about to find out.|
|650||1||a|Grandparent and child|
a|FICTION / Family / Multigenerational.
a|FICTION / Diversity & Multicultural.
|655||1||a|Multiculturalism in literature.|