Written by Ambelin and Ezekiel Kwaymullina ISBN: 978-1-9848-9 Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers The Things She’s Seen is a groundbreaking ghost story written by the brother and sister duo of Ambelin and Ezekiel Kwaymullina. This is a magnificently written novel, that also brings to light Australia’s Aboriginal heritage and its people, who are underrepresented voices in … Continue reading #INTLYALITMONTH: The Things She’s Seen
Juliet Respira Profundo Written By Gabby Rivera, Translated by Eva Ibarzabal ISBN: 978059329013 Juliet Respira Profundo is the Spanish translation of Juliet Takes A Breathe, written by Bronx-born Puerto Rican author Gabby Rivera, and translated by Eva Ibarzabal. Juliet Milagros Palante is a proud, brown and queer Bronx girl heading to Portland, Oregon. Juliet never imagined … Continue reading #INTLYALITMONTH: Juliet Respira Profundo
When You Ask Me Where I’m Going, is the type of book that gives us windows and mirrors into the life of a young Sikh woman which is not represented as often in Young Adult literature. This is a thought-provoking debut novel by Canadian author, Jasmin Kaur. This is the story of Kiran, a young immigrant … Continue reading #INTLYALITMONTH: When You Ask Me Where I’m Going
Title: Girlhood: Teens Around the World in Their Own Voices Author: Masuma Ahuja Publisher: Algonquin Young Readers, 2021 ISBN-10: 1643750119 ISBN-13: 9781643750118 “There are more than a billion girls in the world, each with her own voice and her own story, and this is not an atlas of girlhood, after all-but I hope it is … Continue reading #IntYALitMonth: Girlhood: Teens Around The World In Their Own Voices
Hello, my name is Elisa Anais Garcia. I am a Supervising Librarian of Teen Services at the New York Public Library. I’m truly honored to be the guest editor of the first Translated Young Adult Literature Month of the Global Literature in Libraries Initiative blog! Our mission for the month of May is to highlight and … Continue reading Welcome, to International Young Adult Literature month at GLLI!