The Lost Rainforest: Mez’s Magic is an epic animal adventure that brings mythology into the rainforest. In my review, I discuss its representation of different animal species and how those interactions mark them as human.
Do you know what a boy would do when their little fox is in trouble?
A story of memories and dream-sharing, Sáenz’s picturebook offers a window on intergenerational transmission of cultural heritage that will resonate with a generation of bicultural children in the U.S., such as, Latinx, Mexican, Mexican-American, Chicano, and Hispanic children.
A sweet coming-of-age romance that includes, but does not center around, the heroine’s Korean heritage. To read this story is to fall in love with Lara Jean Covey, the boy who captures her heart, and her relationship with her two sisters.
How do we deal with the relationship between ourselves and the people we do not like? How can an America-Born Chinese girl solve the cultural identity problem? The Great Wall of Lucy Wu uses the story of a Chinese girl who is born in the US to tell you all of the answers.