Abuela, Don't Forget Me

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Product Details

Price
$18.95  $17.62
Publisher
Norton Young Readers
Publish Date
Pages
208
Dimensions
5.78 X 8.59 X 0.78 inches | 0.79 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781324019954

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About the Author

Rex Ogle is the author of Free Lunch, recipient of the YALSA Award for Excellence in Nonfiction for Young Adults. His original graphic novel series, Four Eyes, is based on the highs and lows of his middle-school years growing up in Texas. Under the pen name Rey Terciero, he authored Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy as well as Swan Lake: Quest for the Kingdoms. Before becoming a full-time writer, Rex worked as an editor in New York for many years and championed a number of licensed titles, including the New York Times bestsellers Star Wars: Jedi Academy, Secret Hero Society: Study Hall of Justice, and Neil Patrick Harris's The Magic Misfits. Rex now writes full time from his home in California. When he's not busy writing, Rex can be found hiking with his dog, playing Mario Kart with his friends, or reading a new favorite book. Learn more about Rex at rexogle.com.

Reviews

A visceral window into a survivor's childhood and a testament to the enduring influence of unconditional love.-- "Kirkus Reviews"
Ogle pays clear-eyed tribute to his maternal abuela while covering heavy topics such as child abuse, financial precarity, and racism in this searing verse memoir-- "Publishers Weekly (starred review)"
The humor, reflection, and heart present in these pages remind readers to cherish their bonds with their loved ones and that small moments can last a lifetime.-- "Booklist"
The magnitude of intergenerational relationships, deep connections, and acceptance shine in Ogle's foreword and poems, which are clearly love letters to his abuela, captured like fireflies in a jar. A must-purchase for all YA nonfiction collections, Ogle's work speaks directly to what so many young people experience and offers them hope.-- "School Library Journal (starred review)"