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TAE KELLER was born and raised in Honolulu, where she grew up on purple rice, Spam musubi, and her halmoni’s tiger stories. She is the Newbery Medal-winning author of When You Trap a Tiger and The Science of Breakable Things. She lives in Seattle. Visit her at TaeKeller.com, follow her monthly love letters at bit.ly/lovetae, and find her on Twitter and Instagram.
Transforming literary classics into bookish apparel and accessories since 2010 We are thrilled to announce that Out of Print products are now available to order for retailers from our PRH Self-Service site! Designed with readers in mind, Out of Print’s literary-themed merchandise includes shirts, tote bags, bookmarks, socks, enamel pins, and so much more. Featuring
May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! This May, celebrate the many cultures and stories within the AANHPI community with books by authors of Asian, East Asian, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander heritage and cultures. Discover more books by Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander authors and share these incredible
Hey, what’s going on right now? Spy balloons? Weather balloons? Something else? No one seems to know, or be willing to say, and that means one thing: UFOs. Of course, in a quite literal sense, a UFO is anything in the air we can’t, or don’t want to, identify. Sure, it doesn’t HAVE to mean
Partake in Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month by honoring and celebrating their contributions to the history, culture, and achievements of the United States. Celebrate this May and all year long! More Children’s titles → Japanese Art, Cooking, Crafts, Fiction, & Travel→ Fiction, Non-Fiction, & Gift → India & South Asian Art,
April showers bring May flowers and also tons of amazing new books! See all of our May favorites HERE!
Image from Camp Tiger by John Rocco, Susan Choi Start off the Year of the Tiger by reading stories that inspire independence and fearlessness in your life. Tigers are competitive, ambitious, and courageous. Though they desire to win, they seek justice in the process. While past years centered around thoughtfulness and curiosity, this year, find
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