ST. PAUL, Minn. (FOX 9) – The confined walls of St. Paul’s historic East Side Freedom Library still create an expansive world of words and stories. One of those stories comes from a respected Hmong author whose father used to bring her and her sister to this library every week to bring home a bag of new books.
But that very father who patiently waited in the car kept some of the best stories to himself.
Now, half a lifetime later, Kao Kalia Yang sits in the middle of this old Carnegie Library where the stories from her father pour from the pages of the book she wrote for him.
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