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Amina's Voice Hardcover – March 14, 2017
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*"Amina's middle school woes and the universal themes running through the book transcend culture, race, and religion. A perfect first book for this new Muslim imprint." (Kirkus Reviews, STARRED REVIEW)
"Watching Amina literally and figuratively find her voice—bolstered by community, friendship, and discovered inner strength—makes for rewarding reading." (Publishers Weekly)
*"A universal story of self-acceptance and the acceptance of others. A welcome addition to any middle grade collection." (School Library Journal, STARREV REVIEW)
*"Written as beautifully as Amina’s voice surely is, this compassionate, timely novel is highly recommended for all libraries." (Booklist, STARRED REVIEW)
"[A] relatable portrayal of a tween who wants to fit in, and who’s devoted to her faith even amid her confusion about her family’s varied approaches to it." (Horn Book)
About the Author
Hena Khan is a Pakistani-American who was born and raised in Maryland. She enjoys writing about her culture as well as all sorts of other subjects, from spies to space travel. She is the author of several books including It’s Ramadan, Curious George; Golden Domes and Silver Lanterns; The Night of the Moon; and Amina’s Voice. Hena lives in Rockville, Maryland, with her husband and two sons. You can learn more about Hena by visiting her website at HenaKhan.com.
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Top Customer Reviews
How refreshing to see a character I can fully identify with in print.
Thank you, Henna Khan, for writing this book.
Change is coming, slowly but surely, and I hope more stories like this are told. Everyone benefits.