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PLACES TO GO, PEOPLE TO SEE
I will be visiting Terra Centre Elementary on April 10-11!
As part of Asian-Pacific American Heritage month, I will be at the National Museum of Amercan History
on May 4th at 2 pm. Details to follow!
So thrilled to have LUCY mentioned in Mary Quattlebaum's Hopping off History post on Pencil Tips Writing Workshop.
JadeLuckClub talks about LUCY in its list of favorite Chinese-American stories for children!
Sara Lewis Holmes' blog, Read, Write, Believe, was the first blog I ever started reading - it's intelligent and thoughtful, just like Sara and her books. So thrilled to be mentioned here!
No love like librarian love! Thanks for the warm review, Sonderbooks!
Smithsonian BookDragon features Asian-Pacific American titles; glad to have mine included!
I had so much fun talking to Tracy Grant, editor of The Washington Post KidsPost!
Click here to check out my Bookcast with Sam Clay, the director of the Fairfax County Public Library. This was such a thrill for me - I've had my library card with FCPL since I was in first grade and I volunteer with the library now!
Maybe it's in the genes? Just like MotherReader, TeenReader has a sharp eye and a way with words.
Ms. Yingling reads an astonishing number of books, so I was thrilled when she said, "After I finished reading this, I didn't want to read anything else, because I wanted to stay with Lucy for a little while!"
Five out of five stars from My Comfy Chair!