Monthly Archives: May 2014

An Interview with Bich Minh Nguyen, author of Pioneer Girl: A Novel

It is no surprise that I was quite interested in reading Pioneer Girl by Bich Minh Nguyen who connects a Vietnamese American family to that of Laura Ingalls Wilder.  Obviously, there is no secret that the author of the Little … Continue reading

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Thrilled, Overjoyed, and Humbled…

Originally posted on Ingrid's Notes:
I’m over the moon and elated to be able to share some very exciting news with all of you. After three years working on this project (and the countless years before when this project was…

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Writing. Because I can.

I’ve been thinking a lot about educational rights. The very effective “Because I am a Girl” campaign and the recent events in Nigeria has certainly made me more aware of how important it is for us to understand this issue. The … Continue reading

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