Tiny Pretty Things

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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Harperteen
Publish Date
Pages
448
Dimensions
5.9 X 1.5 X 8.3 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062342393

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About the Author

Sona Charaipotra is the author of Symptoms of a Heartbreak. She is a writer who has worked as a celebrity reporter at People and TeenPeople and has contributed to publications ranging from the New York Times to TeenVogue. She uses her master's in screenwriting from NYU and her MFA in creative writing from the New School to poke plot holes in her favorite teen TV shows--for work, of course. She is the cofounder of CAKE Literary, a boutique book packaging company with a decidedly diverse bent, and the coauthor (with Dhonielle Clayton) of the YA dance dramas Tiny Pretty Things and Shiny Broken Pieces, as well as the psychological thriller The Rumor Game. She is a proud We Need Diverse Books team member.

Dhonielle Clayton is the author of New York Times bestseller The Belles and coauthor of the Tiny Pretty Things series. She grew up in the Washington, DC, suburbs on the Maryland side and spent most of her time under her grandmother's table with a stack of books. A former teacher and middle school librarian, Dhonielle is cofounder of CAKE Literary, a creative development company whipping up decidedly diverse books for a wide array of readers, and COO of the nonprofit We Need Diverse Books. She's got a serious travel bug and loves spending time outside the USA but makes her home in New York City, where she can most likely be found hunting for the best slice of pizza. You can also find her online at DhonielleClayton.com or follow her @brownbookworm.

Reviews

"A page-turner with a heart."--Kirkus Reviews
"Diversity is organically spotlighted [in this] fun and fast read."--School Library Journal
"A beautiful example of diversity in characters and settings."--Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
"Charaipotra and Clayton skillfully craft three distinctive, complex characters. This enticing glimpse into the ballet world is rich with detail and drama as the authors highlight its glamour and darkness."--Publishers Weekly
It's impossible not to get sucked in, and the cast of characters is so diverse and fully realized, you root even for the nastiest of them.--Francesca Zappia, author of Made You Up
"Appealing both to dancers and drama lovers, this engaging, pulpy read skillfully explores a variety of issues, from sexual orientation to ethnic identity to single-parent households, in a glamorous, high-stakes setting."--Booklist