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The story of Mia and her family and friends at the Calivista Motel continues in this powerful, hilarious, and resonant sequel to the award-winning novel Front Desk

Mia Tang thinks she's going to have the best year ever. She and her parents are the proud owners of the Calivista Motel, Mia gets to run the front desk with her best friend, Lupe, and she's finally getting somewhere with her writing! 

But as it turns out, sixth grade is no picnic....

  1. Mia's new teacher doesn't think her writing is all that great. And her entire class finds out she lives and works in a motel! 
  2. The motel is struggling, and Mia has to answer to the Calivista's many, many worried investors. 
  3. A new immigration law is looming and if it passes, it will threaten everything - and everyone - in Mia's life. 

It's a roller coaster of challenges, and Mia needs all of her determination to hang on tight. But if anyone can find the key to getting through turbulent times, it's Mia Tang!

©2020 Kelly Yang (P)2020 Scholastic Inc.

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AWESOME

3 Keys is an amazing book. I like deep books and 3 Keys is deep. Immigration laws are a serious and scary thing, and Kelly Yang covered it beautifully. I cannot wait for Book 3! If you are on edge about getting the Audiobook, PLEASE DO!! Sunny Lu is a GREAT narrator!

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Captivating...Wow...Just wow! 🤩

I was introduced to the Front Desk series 2 years ago and I have been emotionally moved. If you haven't already, I strongly recommend that you read Front Desk by Kelly Yang first. This book literally brought tears to my eyes. It’s moving and so inspirational how the author precisely explains events with so much EMOTION! The way the words are written, the hidden message and the reality of Mia's problems are so captivating. 10/10! Amazing!!!

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I thought that the book was the best book ever.I loved this book it was great. (10 year old reviewer)

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I did not expect this...

I did not expect such an amazing powerful book after Front Desk. I thought Front Desk would be the best of the series. This book is amazing, should be read by every teacher and in every classroom.

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Entertaining & Informative

I listened to this with my kids and we loved it!! What great messages Kelly Yang illustrates throughout this book.

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Sooo sooo good Even for a 11 year old.

I give this book a 5 out of 5 because it is so informative and I think that every one should learn about what so many of the people in our country are going through today.
Though this story is fiction, so many things are actually happening right now right before our eyes. So many children are at the United States, Mexico border with the hope that they will see there parents again drying in the eyes. These children came with there parents in the dream of a better life but sadly most have been separated from those that they love. I do really think that this book would help teach children and adults what coming to this country to start a new life really is all about.

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Three Keys

This is one of my favorite books ever. Last school year I read front desk and I loved it. I hope that Kelly Yang writes more for this series.