This is where you’ll find updated news and links to reviews and interviews. I’ll be updating regularly. Thanks for all your support! Just Be Cool, Jenna Sakai is available for pre-order! August 3, 2021 (Scholastic) “Heartbreak is for suckers.” When Jenna Sakai gets dumped over winter break, it confirms what she learned from her parents’… Read more »
Thrilled that Jasmine Toguchi is on this list of amazing Asian American books!
I am thrilled that Keep It Together, Keiko Carter is a 2020-2021 Project LIT Book Club selection! Knowing that teachers and librarians will be sharing my book with their students brings me so much joy. Thank you Project LIT for this honor!
I’m super excited to be a participating author in Tweens Read 2020 which is going virtual this year. The event will take place October 19 – 24. More information coming soon!
I am overjoyed and so filled with gratitude that Keep It Together, Keiko Carter is a Junior Library Guild Gold Standard selection!
I’m thrilled and honored to learn that Keep It Together, Keiko Carter is a New England Book Award finalist! Thank you New England Independent Booksellers Association (NEIBA). Congratulations to all the finalists! I’m so awed to see Keiko in such amazing company! Keep It Together, Keiko Carter is in French! I’m over-the-moon happy to know… Read more »
Keep It Together, Keiko Carter is my middle grade debut and available for purchase now! This is where you’ll find links to news, reviews, and interviews. Keep coming back as I’ll update often. Thank you so much for all your support! You can order the book from my local independent bookstore and get a personalized… Read more »
I was invited to the studio at Scholastic to record a video for their Online Spring Preview for my debut middle grade novel, Keep It Together, Keiko Carter. Curious to hear more about what this book is about? You can check out my video here. Early next year, stay tuned for details on a preorder… Read more »
I am thrilled to announce that my middle grade debut, Keep It Together, Keiko Carter will be published by Scholastic on May 5, 2020! I’m eternally grateful to my amazing agent, Tricia Lawrence of EMLA, and my brilliant editor Jenne Abramowitz! Check out this gorgeous cover: Huge props to cover designer Stephanie Yang! I love… Read more »
It’s been a busy few weeks and I hope to have my quarterly newsletter out on time next month. In the meantime here are a few things I’ve been up to. As part of the #KidsNeedMentors program, I partnered with teacher Jane Chalifoux and her third grade students at Mills Pond Elementary. After a year… Read more »