The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family Summary Told from the perspective of the little sister, Faizah knows the first day back to school is going to be wonderful, she has her brand new backpack and light up shoes. But what's most exciting and important is the fact that it's her older sister… Continue reading Review: The Proudest Blue: A Story of Hijab and Family
Join us as we highlight some books coming out in June!
Join me as I review an #OwnVoices book by autistic author Corinne Duyvis
Join us for Pokemon Reads with books that can sure protect themselves! The Fighting Type. With a special focus on YARC content!
Hold on to your hearts! This sweet book about depression and egg drops by @taekeller is sure to touch your hearts.
Come check out some of the books on my April TBR!
One of my favorite Hena Khan books, Amina's Voice is one of those books I re-read at least every couple of months, it's so positive and sweet. Amina's Voice by Hena Khan Pakistani-American Muslim girl Amina isn't sure about all the changes middle school is bringing. Amina doesn't like the spotlight, she's got stage fright… Continue reading Backlog Review: Amina’s Voice
So this year I'm looking into more books about mental health. Especially the conditions that I have since I want to do some #ownvoices reviews. This is an #OwnVoices review. Finding Perfect is about a middle schooler with OCD. Molly Nathans's life is changing, her mother has left the country for a job and Molly… Continue reading Finding Perfect Review