By Olivia Mules Today we're pleased to welcome Karen Yin to the WNDB blog to discuss picture book So Not Ghoul!, illustrated by Bonnie Lui and out August 2, 2022! On her first day haunting a new school, all Mimi has to wear are old Chinese gowns from her … [Read more...] about Q&A With Karen Yin, So Not Ghoul!
By Amy Liu Today we’re pleased to welcome Katie Zhao to the WNDB blog to discuss her novel Winnie Zeng Unleashes a Legend, the first book in a new middle-grade fantasy series, out April 26, 2022. When a girl awakens the stuff of legends from an old family recipe, she must embrace her … [Read more...] about Q&A With Katie Zhao, Winnie Zeng Unleashes A Legend
By Edie Ching Today we're thrilled to welcome co-authors Martha Brockenbrough and Grace Lin as well as illustrator Julia Kuo to the WNDB blog discuss their picture book I Am an American: The Wong Kim Ark Story, out November 23, 2021! He challenged the Supreme Court on his right to be called … [Read more...] about Q&A With Martha Brockenbrough, Grace Lin, and Julia Kuo, I Am An American
Watercress by Andrea Wang, illustrated by Jason Chin, is on sale on March 30, 2021. Order it here! By Andrea Wang As a child, I hated history. This only seems notable because my father was a history professor. When he talked about historical events with his friends, his voice would rise, … [Read more...] about The Power of Family History
E. L. Shen was a 2017 recipient of the WNDB Internship Grant. Content note: Descriptions of racism against Asian Americans, including racist slurs and language By E. L. Shen On the first day of seventh grade, I flat-ironed my thick black hair, smoothed down my Aeropostale T-shirt, and tried … [Read more...] about How to Make a Comeback (in Middle School and in Life)