What do you do when everything is changing, but nobody will explain why? A Cuban-American middle school girl navigates big shifts in this Newberry Award winning novel from Meg Medina.
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.
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.
Review by Sarah Kass Ever wonder why superheroes are so good at dodging bullets? In The Shadow Hero, Hank Chu literally cannot be shot. That’s a deal he made with an ancient turtle spirit of China. Set in a pre-WWII China Town, The Shadow Hero is about a young Chinese American man named Hank who…