|008||211020r20212020nyu d 000 1 eng|
|250||a|1st paperback ed.|
|260||a|New York :|
|300||a|476 p. ;|
|500||a|"Katherine Tegen Books."|
|520||a|They're called parachutes: teenagers dropped off to live in private homes and study in the US while their wealthy parents remain in Asia. Claire Wang never thought she'd be one of them, until her parents pluck her from her privileged life in Shanghai and enroll her at a high school in California. Suddenly she finds herself living in a stranger's house, with no one to tell her what to do for the first time in her life. She soon embraces her newfound freedom, especially when the hottest and most eligible parachute, Jay, asks her out. Dani De La Cruz, Claire's new host sister, couldn't be less thrilled that her mom rented out a room to Claire. An academic and debate-team star, Dani is determined to earn her way into Yale. Dani and Claire find themselves on a collision course, intertwining in deeper and more complicated ways, as they grapple with life-altering experiences.|
|650||7||a|High school students|
|650||7||a|Conduct of life|
|650||1||a|High school students|
|650||1||a|Conduct of life|
|655||1||a|Multiculturalism in literature.|
a|FICTION / Diversity & Multicultural.
a|FICTION / Family / General.