The Alumnae/i Association of Vassar College (AAVC) has chosen five alums to honor for their work at Vassar and beyond. Tradewind author Arushi Raina is one of the awardees honored for her work. “Arushi Raina epitomizes the eminence and gravitas that the young alum award represents,” said Sharon Davidson Chang ’84, P’19 a member of […]
The Science of Boys, written by Emily Seo and illustrated by Gracey Zhang, has received a glowing review in Kirkus Reviews. The review praises the book as a “A delightful mix of science and relationships.” Read the full review here.
Tradewind title Beep Beep Bubbie, written by Bonnie Sherr Klein and illustrated by Élisabeth Eudes-Pascal, has been featured by the CBC as one of the 12 books to read for Disability Pride Month in July 2022. Read the full article here.
A recent review in The British Columbia Review of Peggy’s Impossible Tale praises the book for its beautiful ink drawings and the vital message of personal value that it conveys. Read the full review here.
In a recent review of Just Bea, written by Kari-Lynn Winters and illustrated by Nahid Kazemiin, The Canadian Review of Materials praises the book’s representation of the emotional range of an older sibling and the simultaneously frustrating and fun relationship she has with her younger sibling. “Just Bea makes a welcome addition to the library or […]
The Canadian Review of Materials praises The Science of Boys: “Emily Seo’s use of the laws of science to illustrate and explain the world of teenage romance and family strife is new and makes The Science of Boys a clever, unique, engaging and entertaining read.” Read the full review here.
Summer title alphabet antics has been reviewed by the Canadian Review of Materials. The review praises the book’s humour and playful illustrations, and highly recommends the book for use at home or school. “Alphabet Antics offers youngsters much textual and visual fun…The illustrations are full of action and humour . . (and) young readers will […]
“This charming third installment in the Fairy Tale Feasts Collection turns to the Middle East and North Africa. In Marrakesh, Morocco, a young girl gets caught stealing apricots from a garden and wittily explains her way out of the situation. In Cairo, Egypt, a mean miser loses his hoard of money in a swift blow […]
Tradewind title Arab Fairy Tale Feasts, written by Karim Alwari and illustrated by Nahid Kazemi, is featured in this year’s Read Local BC Holiday Gift Guide. See the full list here.
Arab Fairy Tale Feasts: A Literary Cookbook, by Karim Alrawi and illustrated by Nahid Kazemi, has been featured in The Globe and Mail as part of their holiday gift guide to kids’ books. “A delicious series of original stories that shares Arabic culture with young readers as each story not only takes them on a […]