Fly on the Wall
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About the Author
"Funny, enthralling, and a great reminder that being a little odd isn't a bad thing." --Kayla Miller, author of Click and Camp
* Lai has a talent of not preaching to her readers, instead offering the reassurance that no one is alone in experiencing the painful awkwardness and occasionally harsh realities of growing up. . . This thrilling coming-of-age adventure is both quirky and sincere. --Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* Comics-style artwork gives the book Wimpy Kid flair . . . readers will fall in love with Henry. A smile-inducing crowd-pleaser. --Booklist, starred review
I absolutely loved the storytelling . . . Add in the copious humor (did I mention it's genuinely laugh-out-loud funny?) and remarkable cathartic journey and you've got yourself a winner. Be careful with this book. It's one of the rare titles that will appeal to a wide range of different kind of readers. Don't say I didn't warn you. -- Fuse #8
Praise for Pie in the Sky
A Parents Magazine Best Kids Book of the Year!
A New York Public Library Best Book of the Year!
An NPR Best Book of the Year!
A Horn Book Best Book of the Year!
Pie in the Sky is like enjoying a decadent cake. . . heartwarming and rib-tickling. --Terri Libenson, bestselling author of Invisible Emmie
* "Perfect for fans of Gene Luen Yang and Victoria Jamieson." --Shelf Awareness, starred review
* Like salted caramel, a perfect balance of flavors, this deftly drawn story is a heartfelt treat. --Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Remy Lai seamlessly mixes together equal parts of humor, loss, identity, discovery, and love to create a delicious concoction of a story. . . illustrated beautifully. --Veera Hiranandani, Newbery Honor-winning author of The Night Diary
Uproarious humor and a burgeoning friendship add to the ingredients in this stunning debut. . . a book to be savored - and the illustrations are the icing on the cake. --NPR
* The humor [is] akin to that of Jeff Kinney's popular "Wimpy Kid" series . . . the perfect mixture of funny and emotionally resonant. --School Library Journal, starred review
* Lai imbues this [story] with an undeniable sweetness. --Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, starred review
* A delectable page-turner. . . Heartbreakingly honest; in equal parts funny and poignant. --Horn Book, starred review