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MG Novel: Nest by Esther Ehrlich

Nest by Esther Ehrlich Nest by Esther Ehrlich is a literary upper middle grade to lower YA novel (read: “tween novel”) about a young girl named Naomi, or “Chirp,” living in 1970s Cape Cod and what happens to her family … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Sheela Chari, Author of Vanished

This week’s Asian American children’s author is Sheela Chari, author of the middle grade mystery novel Vanished. (BTW I love this cover! So mysterious.) 1) Which of your characters do you most identify with and why? Sheela Chari: Vanished was first written … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Kashmira Sheth, Author of Tiger in My Soup

The next author in the Asian American Children’s Authors series is award-winning and multi-faceted author Kashmira Sheth. 1) Which of your characters do you most identify with and why? Kashmira Sheth: Amitha, thank you for inviting me to participate in your blog! I … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Fonda Lee, Author of Zeroboxer

Our next author is Fonda Lee, author of the upcoming book, Zeroboxer. I am so intrigued by that title! (Adding it to my to-read list right now.)  1) Which of your characters do you most identify with and why? Fonda … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Uma Krishnaswami, Author of The Problem with Being Slightly Heroic

Next up in this series is Uma Krishnaswami, the author of numerous books for all age ranges. Her newest book, The Problem with Being Slightly Heroic, is the sequel to critically acclaimed novel The Grand Plan to Fix Everything. 1) Which of your characters do … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Varsha Bajaj, Author of Abby Spencer Goes to Bollywood

The featured Asian American Author on the blog this week is Varsha Bajaj. Her newest book is Abby Spencer Goes to Bollywood. 1) Which of your characters do you most identify with and why? Varsha Bajaj: I identify with Abby because I … Continue reading

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Mommy Read it Again: The Adventures of Beekle by Dan Santat

The Adventures of Beekle: The Unimaginary Friend by Dan Santat Preschooler Monkey found spotted this book at the library just as we were about to leave and had to take it home. My arms were already full of books, but she … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Livia Blackburne, Author of Midnight Thief

Author Livia Blackburne’s brand new book, Midnight Thief just came out last month. If you haven’t read it already, OMG go out and by a copy now!!! (And, oh yeah, Livia happens to be a writing group buddy, so I … Continue reading

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Get to Know Asian American Children’s Authors: Nandini Bajpai, Author of Starcursed

The next author in this blog series is Nandini Bajpai, author of the recently published Red Turban White Horse and Starcursed. 1) Which of your characters do you most identify with and why? Nandini Bajpai: I identify with all my … Continue reading

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Mommy Read it Again: I Lost My Tooth in Africa by Penda Diakité

I Lost My Tooth in Africa by Penda Diakité (Author), Baba Wagué Diakité (Illustrator) I stumbled across this book at the library while browsing and was drawn in by the hilarious and cute title. The story is about what happened … Continue reading

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