• Children's & YA
      May 2019

      Indigo Girl

      by Suzanne Kamata

      Fifteen-year-old Aiko Cassidy, a bicultural girl with cerebral palsy, grew up in Michigan with her single mother. For as long as she could remember, it was just the two of them. When a new stepfather and a baby half sister en

    • Children's & YA
      April 2013

      Gadget Girl

      The Art of Being Invisible

      by Suzanne Kamata

      Anna and the French Kiss meets Stoner & Spaz in a contemporary young adult coming-of-age novel about a girl, her struggles, and her art. Aiko Cassidy is fifteen and lives with her sculptor mother in a small Midwestern town. For most o

    • Biography & True Stories
      May 2017

      A Girls' Guide to the Islands

      by Suzanne Kamata

      The American writer Suzanne Kamata had lived in Japan for more than half of her life, yet she had never explored the small nearby islands of the Inland Sea. The islands, first made famous by Donald Richie’s The Inland Sea 50 years ago, are not

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