Counting Down with You (Original)

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$18.99  $17.66
Inkyard Press
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5.8 X 8.4 X 1.5 inches | 1.0 pounds

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About the Author
Tashie Bhuiyan is the author of Counting Down with You and A Show for Two. She's a New Yorker through and through, and hopes to change the world, one book at a time. She loves writing stories about girls with wild hearts, boys who wear rings, and gaining agency through growth. When she's not doing that, she can be found in a Chipotle or bookstore, insisting 2010 is the best year in cinematic history (read: Tangled and Inception).
"I'm completely heart-eyed over this book. With a voice that blends pitch-perfect humor and tremendous compassion, Counting Down With You is an ode to anyone who's dreamed of a path different from the one carved out for them. A lovely, romantic debut that shimmers with hope." --Rachel Lynn Solomon, author of Today Tonight Tomorrow

"A witty, romantic, deeply insightful debut that steals your heart from start to finish. Only read this in public if you're prepared to laugh out loud, blush, and occasionally cry in front of strangers." --Emma Lord, author of Tweet Cute

"I. Love. This. Book. I adore the emotional depth that Bhuiyan gives to Karina, and I am reminded of the power of contemporary fiction to both shine a light and uplift those of us who have been largely ignored." --Mark Oshiro, award-winning author of Anger Is a Gift and Each of Us a Desert

"Tashie Bhuiyan has done an excellent job of portraying the conflicts faced by many South Asian diaspora kids in this debut. Counting Down with You is a must-have addition to any YA bookshelf." --Sabina Khan, author of Zara Hossain Is Here and The Love and Lies of Rukhsana Ali

"A brisk and buoyant YA romance anchored by well-drawn family dynamics and anxiety issues. I loved it!" --Jenn Bennett, author of Alex, Approximately

"This 'love letter to young brown girls; explores a topic that can be taboo in desi culture: anxiety. Bhuiyan guides Karina through it with care... Hand to fans of Netflix hit Never Have I Ever." --Booklist

"With sarcastic, witty humor and a heartfelt exploration of familial relationships, Bhuiyan masterfully sucks you into Karina's world." --Buzzfeed, New Young Adult Books Out Spring 2021