Chloe and the Kaishao Boys

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$18.99  $17.66
G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
5.5 X 8.9 X 1.4 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author
Mae Coyiuto is a Chinese Filipino writer, born and raised in the Philippines. Mae earned her BA in psychology from Pomona College and her master's degree in writing for children and young adults from the New School. If she's not writing, she's usually fangirling over Beyoncé, tennis, Gilmore Girls, or all of the above. She currently lives in Manila.
Praise for Chloe and the Kaishao Boys

"An endearing story from a fresh voice of family, first love, and taking chances." --Kirkus Reviews

"A snappy, voicey debut filled with myriad embarrassing meet-cutes . . . A sweetly rendered, idiosyncratic cast who communicate via clever, Tagalog- and Hokkien-punctuated banter populate this laugh-out-loud exploration of Chinoy culture, first love, and intracommunal tensions." --Publishers Weekly

"Coyiuto's lovely debut is quite funny and filled with fantastic family banter. As readers follow Chloe through different dates, they will root for her as she struggles with matters of the heart, including romance, family, and how hard it can be to make a life changing choice." --Booklist

"Tells the story of the ups and downs of following one's dreams, with plenty of meet-cutes along the way." --PopSugar

"Witty, fun, and filled with joyous moments, Chloe and the Kaishao Boys is a delightful Pinoy rom-com about love, friendship, family, and figuring out the future." --Randy Ribay, National Book Award Finalist for Patron Saints of Nothing

"An immensely fun, smart, and endearing debut, Chloe and the Kaishao Boys is overflowing with laugh-out-loud moments and honest sincerity. A romance destined to instantly capture every reader's heart." --Julian Winters, award-winning author of Running With Lions and Right Where I Left You

"Equal parts addictive, hilarious, and moving, Chloe and the Kaishao Boys is a must-read look at following your dreams, finding your people, and knowing where you belong." --Kelly Loy Gilbert, author of Picture Us in the Light and When We Were Infinite