GIRLS ON THE LINE
Luli and Yun, sixteen-year-old orphans and best friends, work together at a factory in a mid-sized Chinese city. When Yun gets pregnant and disappears, Luli sets out to find her—and help her if she can.
Claudia never expected to be in charge of Imperial Day Academy. With her limp and stutter, she's just hoping to survive high school. But Claudia discovers that power can be intoxicating . . . and that her prestigious school has some dark secrets.
OPEN MIC NIGHT AT WESTMINSTER CEMETERY
When Lacy wakes up dead in Westminster Cemetery, she's confused. Sam, a young, long-dead soldier, teaches her the rules of the afterlife and helps her set up an open mic for the cemetery's residents to share their stories—and secrets.
Most-Anticipated Indie YA Books: Girls on the Line; I, Claudia; and Open Mic Night at Westminster Cemetery
Barnes & Noble’s BNTeen blog included Girls on the Line; I, Claudia; and Open Mic Night at Westminster Cemetery in their “13 of Our Most Anticipated Indie YA Books: July to December” list.
Girls on the Line “Give[s] Voice to Chinese Factory Workers”
The Asian Review of Books praised Girls on the Line for its insightful look at the lives of teenage factory workers in China.
What Girls Are Made Of Included in ILA’s 2018 Young Adults’ Choices Reading List
National Book Award Finalist What Girls Are Made Of was included in the International Literacy Association’s (ILA) 2018 Young Adults’ Choices Reading List, a selection of books that “reflect themes, topics, and stories young adults value.”