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Where the Mountain Meets the Moon - Grace Lin | A Review

I stumbled upon this book when I visited the library recently. After reading the synopsis, I liked the sound of it and checked it out. Within a week, I finished it, because not only did I enjoy the writing style, but I… 390 more words



Poor Thanksgiving. You often get lost in the shuffle between Halloween and Christmas or Hanukkah, don’t you?

Mostly, you’re lumped into the general autumn scheme of things when it comes to decorating. 548 more words

Book Giveaway

When Delight Is in Short Supply

Don’t worry. This is not a tirade about the election. I think we’ve heard enough of those. Rather, this is a post to announce a random giveaway to a commenter. 364 more words

Book Giveaway

New releases: October 2016 - childen's books

On the last Wednesday of October, I’ve decided to delve deeper into the new releases of children’s books. A book about magical dresses and the adventures a young girl experiences in them, a story about a brownie-eating, drumming mouse, an adventure inspired by Chinese folklore, a fantasy-tinged story about Quicksilver the thief and finally a crayon book that’ll teach children about colours. 670 more words

Children's Books

Three Books Featuring Asian Kids

Juna’s Jar
Written by Jane Bahk • Illustrated by Felicia Hoshino

Juna and her best friend, Hector love to collect things to put in Juna’s empty kimchi jar. 820 more words

Children's Books

When the Sea turned to Silver

By Grace Lin

This book came out on Tuesday! I am not that fast of a reader, but a book fairy let me read their copy early. 237 more words

Book Review

Grannie's Stories

In Where the Sea Turned to Silver, author-illustrator Grace Lin’s character Pinmei tells her grandmother’s stories.

As the novel opens, young Pinmei lives high on Never-Ending Mountain with Amah, , a famed storyteller. 123 more words