Ru Freeman: New Stunning Debut Novel, A Disobedient Girl (Sri Lankan Asian American Author)

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Reviews for A Disobedient Girl by Ru Freeman: “Evocative and moving. Ru Freeman is a marvelous storyteller who sees deeply into the complex layers of compassion and love, of sorrow and betrayal. An amazing first novel.” — Ursula Hegi, New York Times bestselling author of The Worst Thing I’ve Done and Stones from the River “A thrilling debut: …

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The House of Suh: An Award Winning Movie of the True Story of an Asian American Dream Gone Terribly Awry…

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The House of Suh: A Good Son is Committed for Life Yoon Myung and Tai Sook Suh immigrated to America for a better life for their children, Andrew and Catherine. But their pursuit of happiness quickly became riddled with misfortune, culminating on September 25, 1993, when Andrew shot and killed his older sister’s fiancé of …

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APALA Awards for Children’s Books and Young Adult Literature. Have You Heard of These?

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It came as big surprise to me to learn that there is, indeed, an Asian American Children’s and Young Adult Lit Award. It was Faye Bi from Little Brown who kindly pointed it out to me. I am pretty surprised because I spent the last year tracking Google Alert words “Children’s Book Award” in search of …

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Deborah Jiang Stein: A Life Turned Around From Fractured Beginnings and The Un-Prison Project.

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Deborah Jiang Stein is not an example that your parents ever gave when they went on and on when you were growing up. Oh sure, you’ve heard stories of every child known to your parents who got into Harvard, went to Johns Hopkins Medical School, and/or won the Academic Decathlon. True, your parents might not …

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