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Home Is In Between
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|February 23, 2021

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In this timely yet timeless picture book, Home Is in Between , critically-acclaimed author Mitali Perkins uses her own childhood to describe the experience of navigating multiple cultures and embracing the space--the hyphen--in between them. Shanti and her…
Bamboo People
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|July 1, 2012

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A refugee and child soldier challenge the rules of war in this coming-of-age novel set against the political and military backdrop of modern-day Burma. Chiko isn’t a fighter by nature. He’s a book-loving Burmese boy whose father, a doctor, is in…
Open Mic: Riffs On Life Between Cultures In Ten Voices

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“Will leave readers thinking about the ways that humor can be a survival tool in a world that tends to put people in boxes.” —  Publishers Weekly Listen in as ten YA authors—some familiar, some new—use their own brands of humor…
Between Us And Abuela: A Family Story From The Border
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|September 10, 2019

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From award-winning author Mitali Perkins and illustrator Sara Palacios comes Between Us and Abuela , a timely debut picture book about love overcoming the border fences between Mexico and the United States. It's almost time for Christmas, and Maria is traveling…
En attendant New York
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|May 15, 2010

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Forward Me Back To You
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|September 22, 2020

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The award-winning author of You Bring the Distant Near explores identity, homecoming, and the legacy of assault in this personal and ambitious new novel. Katina King is the reigning teen jujitsu champion of Northern California, but she's having trouble fighting…
You Bring The Distant Near
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|April 2, 2019

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A 2017 National Book Award Longlist Title with six starred reviews A School Library Journal's Best Books of 2017 A New York City Public Library's Notable 50 Best Books for Teens South Asia Book Award Winner This elegant young adult novel captures the immigrant…
Tiger Boy
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|June 6, 2017

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“One of the new tiger cubs has escaped from the reserve!” When a tiger cub escapes from a nature reserve near Neel’s island village, the rangers and villagers hurry to find her before the cub’s anxious mother follows suit and endangers…
Rickshaw Girl
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|February 1, 2008

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Naima is a talented painter of traditional alpana patterns, which Bangladeshi women and girls paint on their houses for special celebrations. But Naima is not satisfied just painting alpana. She wants to help earn money for her family, like her best friend,…
The Not-So-Star-Spangled Life of Sunita Sen

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As Indian culture continues to curry the movies, music, and literature of American culture, the time is perfect to re-introduce this Indian-themed novel about a young girl's heart-felt attempt to straddle her two worlds. Like any other eighth grader, smart and…
A Study Guide for Mitali Perkins's "Bamboo People"

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A Study Guide for Mitali Perkins's "Bamboo People," excerpted from Gale's acclaimed Novels for Students.This concise study guide includes plot summary; character analysis; author biography; study questions; historical context; suggestions for further…
Secret Keeper
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|April 27, 2010

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From National Book Award finalist, Mitali Perkins, comes a dramatic tale about a displaced Indian family in the 1970s.   When Asha’s father loses his job and leaves India to look for work in America, Asha Gupta, her older sister, Reet, and their mother…
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