Whether you’re travelling this summer… or only in your imagination… Grace Lin’s “Dumpling Days” gives you an Asian American kids’ eye view into Taiwan.
Check out the Let’s Go Guang! Mandarin language program, get tips from the program’s founders, and take advantage of a special discount for HapaMama readers.
“Mommy, why is that man digging through the trash?” If you’ve ever had to answer that question, you’ll want to read The Can Man.
This time of year, many South Asians are celebrating the Festival of Lights. Here’s a book to help you and your children can learn more about Diwali
I first told you about the hilarious book My Mom is a Fob last January, but this week I’m taking a more detailed look at it on Talking Writing. If you have fobby parents or are lucky enough to still have summer vacations ahead of you, check out my review and pack this book along […]
This week’s HapaMama Summer Reading pick is a Young Adult novel that’s also being featured on NPR’s Summer Blend Book Club.
This week, we take a look at a biography of Ann Dunham, aka the President’s Hapa Mama…
Looking for a multicultural alternative to the typical gross-out Middle Grade boy novels? Lisa Yee has a pair of books that kids and parents will love.