Whether you grew up in the 80s or are a teen obsesed with “retro” music, you’ll love Rainbow Rowell’s YA novel about a pair of misfits
One of the biggest Asian holidays is coming up. Find out what you can serve, craft and read to get ready for the event with your family!
Khaled Hosseini’s newest novel takes from from pre-Taliban Afghanistan to the strip malls of San Jose, with stops in France and Greece along the way.
When I first heard about former Time magazine reporter Lisa Takeuchi Cullen’s new novel, Pastors’ Wives, my first reaction was, “Ooh, I can’t wait to read that.” My second reaction was, “I wonder how bad it’s going to make Christians look?” Well, after finishing Pastors’ Wives, I can say the novel is unsparing but not […]
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.
We’re kicking off our Summer Reading series with a book about a baby boy — and his dad– that is perfect for Father’s Day.
Looking for a good book? Check out my Summer Reading 2013 list for kids and adult titles and read along!
Suzanne Kamata’s new young adult novel Gadget Girl: The Art of Being Invisible tells the story of Aiko, a mixed-race girl with dreams of becoming a Manga artist.