Color Me in

Natasha Díaz (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$9.99  $9.19
Publisher
Ember
Publish Date
August 11, 2020
Pages
384
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.1 X 0.9 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780525578253
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About the Author

Natasha Díaz is a freelance writer and producer. As a screenwriter, Natasha has been a quarterfinalist in the Austin Film Festival and a finalist for both the NALIP Diverse Women in Media Fellowship and the Sundance Episodic Story Lab. Her personal essays have been published in the Establishment and the Huffington Post. Color Me In is her debut young adult novel. A born and raised New Yorker, Natasha currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.

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Reviews

"A riveting testament to the power of knowing where you come from to figure out where you're going . . . an emotional roller coaster you won't want to get off of. Absolutely outstanding!" --Nic Stone, New York Times bestselling author of Dear Martin

"[A] beautifully told and compelling coming-of-age story about not just finding your voice, but learning the important lessons of when and how best to use it." --Julie Buxbaum, New York Times bestselling author of Tell Me Three Things

"[A] tender and brave story that challenged every simplistic idea I have ever had about race and identity. . . . It is impossible not to root for Nevaeh Levitz as she navigates two cultural communities to find a true home in her own heart." --Attica Locke, Edgar Award-winning author of Blue Bird, Blue Bird

"In Díaz' skillful hands, the many aspects of Nevaeh's intersectional identity are woven together so that they are, as in real life, inextricable from each other. Broadly appealing." --Kirkus Reviews

"Fills a gap in teen fiction. . . . Recommend to fans of Elizabeth Acevedo's The Poet X."--School Library Journal

"Through micro- and macroaggressions, personal stumbles, genuine sadness and a hard-won first romance, Nevaeh's struggles excellently reflect the teen experience." --Shelf Awareness

"Highly relatable. . . .Nevaeh learns that identity is as beautiful as it is complicated, and readers will chear her on as she gradually becomes empowered to stand up for herself and others." -- Jewish Book Council