Sunday, December 18, 2011

Immigrant Stories 2012 Review Link-Up

Please link to your reviews for the challenge. Enter you name/blog name with the book title in parentheses. For example, Colleen@Books in the City (When We Were Strangers)

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17 comments:

  1. Woo-hoo. First entry for 2012! Thanks for hosting again, Colleen!

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  2. My first entry for 2012! Thanks for hosting.

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  3. Hi! We have just posted our second review for the reading challenge. :) Just Being Audrey - a picture book biography of Audrey Hepburn.

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  4. I reviewed Lucky Child for a book tour. It's about a Cambodian immigrant to the U.S. who became an author and international spokesperson for various causes.

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  5. Here's the third book in the three-book set of memoirs written by Loung Ung of Cambodia - Lulu in the Sky.

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  6. Hi there! I've posted our 4th book for the reading challenge. :) I have a feeling we'd exceed our target 6 books since we're having a "Festival of Asian Literature and the Immigrant Experience" bimonthly theme until first week of July. :)

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  7. Hi there, as to be expected, we are now in the 7th book out of our target six books for the Immigrant Stories challenge with Allen Say's Grandfather's Journey. :)

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    1. great job!! this one looks interesting - thanks for linking up!

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  8. Our 8th book for the reading challenge is "I Hate English" by Ellen Levine. :)

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  9. Our 9th book is El Chino by Allen Say - a picture book biography of a Chinese bullfighter. :)

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  10. This is our 10th book for the reading Challenge: Yoon and the Christmas Mitten. :)

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  11. Our 11th book for the challenge is The Two Brothers by William Jaspersohn and Michael A. Donato

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  12. We have another Allen Say book with "Music for Alice."

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  13. Our 13th book for the reading challenge is one of the most powerful picture books I've read this year: The Rabbits by John Marsden and Shaun Tan. Amazing.

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  14. @Myra - thanks for linking up so many reviews for the Immigrant Stories Challenge!

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  15. yay - finally got my first "review" up...linked it here too!! :)

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