"Asian-American Life Stories" is a very important book for the study of Asian-Americans in the United States of America. This book contains autobiographical writings by 11 young Asian-American leaders, who represent various segments of the Asian immigrant population in the United States. Many of the autobiographies in this book, therefore, contain very valuable historical and sociological date for understanding the Asian experience in the United States. This book is ideal for use in the classroom at the high school and college levels, and can provide valuable points of reference for in-class discussions. Readers will learn a lot about what it means to be an Asian in the United States. Furthermore, the real-life stories in this book are interesting as the young Asian-American leaders who share about their lives are very interesting, indeed. This book is edited by Benjamin Choe, whose grandmother served in the Korean government, as one of the most influential women in South Korea. This book also contains art works by Myung Jun Kim and manga art works by Loyd Kim, both of Englewood Academy in New Jersey. The cover hardback edition contains photos in full color. Art works are also in full color. Art works of Myung Jun Kim and Loyd Kim were displayed by Riverside Art Gallery in Hackensack, New Jersey, in September 2012.