Pashmina (Paperback)Nidhi Chanani (author)
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Publisher: Roaring Brook Press
Number of pages: 176
Weight: 360 g
Dimensions: 215 x 152 x 10 mm
"Chanani masterfully turns the complex immigrant narrative into a magical and captivating work of art." --New York Times
"Chanani's debut graphic novel is a charming blend of fantasy and reality with a feminist twist." --Washington Post
"In this spectacular debut graphic novel, a young woman searches for the truths of her past." --Teen Vogue
"Colorful and deeply personal, Pashmina illuminates the experience of an Indian-American teenager and invites us to contemplate the power of our choices." --Gene Luen Yang, national bestselling author of American Born Chinese
"Pashmina is filled to the brim with magic and heart." --Victoria Jamieson, author or Roller Girl
"Most impressive is the way Chanani keeps the story's distinct and fascinating plot elements spinning. One work can't represent a whole subcontinent, but readers will come away with a living sense of a small part of it--and characters to care about." --Publishers Weekly, starred review
"This dazzling blend of realistic fiction and fantasy is perfect for fans of characters who have to overcome obstacles on their way to growing up." --School and Library Journal, starred review
"An original graphic novel written and illustrated by an Indian-American creator, this is both a needed contribution and a first-rate adventure tale." --Kirkus
"Chanani's debut is a lively, engaging exploration of culture, heritage, and self-discovery." --Booklist
"Fantasy with humor and substance, this is a book for girls seeking empowerment and agency." --The Bullitin of the Center for Childrens Books
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