From NYT bestselling author Kelly Yang comes a picture book, adapted for audio, about Asian American changemakers doing everything they dreamed of and inspiring all of us to reach for new heights!

From creating beautiful music like Yo-Yo Ma to flying to outer space like Franklin Chang-Díaz; from standing up to injustice like Fred Korematsu to becoming the first Asian American, Black and female vice president of the United States like Kamala Harris, this book illuminates the power of Asian Americans all over the country, in all sorts of fields.
 
Alongside the poetic main text, Yes We Will includes one-line biographies of the person or historical moment featured in the story, with extended biographies at the end. Listeners of different ages and needs can use the audiobook in different ways, from classroom discussions to bedtime listening and more.
 
Yes We Will answers the question, can we accomplish whatever we dream? With love, courage, determination, and lots of imagination, we can—and we will!
 
Featured changemakers:
Franklin Chang-Díaz
Lia Cirio
Tammy Duckworth
Jenny Han
Kamala Harris
H.E.R.
Fred Korematsu
Padma Lakshmi
Sunisa Lee
Jeremy Li
Yo-Yo Ma
Amanda Nguyen
Sandra Oh
I. M. Pei
Mamie Tape
Peter Tsai
Philip Vera Cruz
Vera Wang
A Texas Topaz Reading List selection!

★ “[A] sure-to-inspire offering . . . Seeing all the accomplishments compiled in one place, in so many fields, gives the sense that history was—and is still being—made. The book itself is something of a parade of achievement, as each illustration is done by a different Asian American artist. The pages are colorful and action packed as well as poignant.” – Booklist, starred review
 
★ “[A] clear and concise commemoration of 200 years of accomplishments and contributions. . . . All of the art is striking. . . . [A] perfect read-aloud book. . . . Readers will learn about a variety of incredible figures, and will surely want to know more. A must-have book for all collections, offering an array of personalities and contributors under Yang’s thoughtful gaze.” – School Library Journal, starred review
 
★ “Succinct text and the combined talents of diverse artists bring vibrancy and color to the portrayal of Asian American pioneers. . . . Every illustration is unique in scope and style to match the spotlighted individual. . . . A radiant tribute to groundbreakers to inspire the next generation.” – Kirkus, starred review