In This Issue

This week, we review Feeding Ghosts: A Graphic Memoir by Tessa Hulls, which considers "the nesting-doll lives of three generations" of Chinese American women and "brings into clear focus the ever-shifting complexities of mother-daughter relationships"; as well as Thunder Song by Sasha taqʷšəblu LaPointe, who "skillfully sifts through the past, present, and the unraveling future, drawing from the different branches of her identity as a punk, queer Indigenous woman." Plus, The First State of Being by Erin Entrada Kelly, who "has written one of the kindest boys in children's literature" for this "buoyant and entertaining" middle-grade novel about time travel. And more!

In The Writer's Life, learn which book felt like a time machine to Christina Hwang Dudley, author of Pride & Preston Lin, and where she went on a "literary dream tour" with her daughters.

--Dave Wheeler, senior editor, Shelf Awareness
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