Drawing Asian Eyes

Which illustrated children's books portray Asian eyes in an accurate way?

A friend lauds Gene Yang’s AMERICAN BORN CHINESE as an example, saying that “the eyes of the Asian characters, even though drawn with so few lines, show a realistic variation from rather round-eyed to slightly-slanted.” 

Other suggestions? 

Note: SCBWI columnist Anne Sibley O'Brien's new blog, COLORING BETWEEN THE LINES, offers an author/illustrator's perspective on race and culture in children's books. Check it out!