Books written, revised, or created by Dori Jones Yang
1. Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built a Company One Cup at a Time, a business book written by Dori in collaboration with Howard Schultz, published 1997 by Hyperion.
2. The Secret Voice of Gina Zhang, a middle-grade children’s novel written by Dori, published 2001 by Pleasant Publications/American Girl. Republished by East West Insights in 2011.
3. The Brother Who Gave Rice, a children’s reader written by Dori under contract with Hampton-Brown, 2007.
4. Bring Me Three Gifts, a children’s reader written by Dori under contract with Hampton-Brown, 2007.
5. Daughter of Xanadu, a YA historical novel written by Dori, published 2011 by Delacorte Press/Random House.
6. Voices of the Second Wave: Chinese Americans in Seattle, a book of oral histories researched and created by Dori, published 2011 by East West Insights.
7. Son of Venice, sequel to Daughter of Xanadu, an historical novel written by Dori, published in 2012 by East West Insights.
8. From Luoyang to Newcastle: My Life’s Journey, by Paul J.C. Yang, interviewed and created by Dori, privately published 2013 through Blurb.
9. Cocoons of Silk: A True Romance from 1930s China, a memoir written by Yang Ping-Nan in the 1980s, translated by Dori and Paul Yang in 2012, published August 2012 by East West Insights.
10. A Hero in the Family, a short memoir piece written by Dori in 2013, privately published in 2013 through Blurb.
11. The Risk of Sharing Honestly, a book of sermons by James D. Patten, created and privately published by Dori in June 2014 through Blurb.
12. Warm Cup of Wisdom, Inspirational Insights on Relationships and Life, interviewed and created by Dori, published 2014 by East West Insights.
13. After the Bitter Comes the Sweet: How One Woman Weathered the Storms of China’s Recent History, by Yulin Wang Rittenberg, revised and polished by Dori, published 2015 by East West Insights
14. The Forbidden Temptation of Baseball, a novel for children aged 10 and up, was published in August 2017 by SparkPress.