Jennifer Chan Is Not Alone


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$17.99  $16.73
Random House Books for Young Readers
Publish Date
5.6 X 8.3 X 1.2 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author

TAE KELLER is the Newbery Award-winning and New York Times bestselling author of When You Trap A Tiger and The Science of Breakable Things. She was born and raised in Honolulu, where she grew up on purple rice, Spam musubi, and her halmoni's stories. After high school, she moved in search of snow, and now lives in Seattle. Visit her at, follow her monthly love letters at, and find her on Twitter and Instagram.


"I absolutely loved this book! Tae's glorious writing had me hooked and her characters, so wonderfully imperfect and nuanced, felt instantly relatable. She had me wondering which is more mysterious: extraterrestrials, or the beautiful, occasionally-heartbreaking intricacies of friendship." -R. J. Palacio, New York Times bestselling author of Wonder and Pony

"Keller's skillful interior narration puts us inside Mallory's skin, even when it makes us uncomfortable." --The New York Times

★ "A mesmerizing look at bullying and its aftereffects." --Kirkus, starred review

★ "By setting the victim, the missing Jennifer, into the narrative background, Keller directs the flood light onto Mallory and company and aims responsibility (and possible redemption) right where it belongs." --The Bulletin, starred review

★ "With an appeal to a wide variety of readers, this genre fusion is highly recommended for all library shelves." --School Library Journal, starred review

★ "The emotionally absorbing story is full of thought-provoking explorations on self-confidence, forgiveness, and friendship while illuminating parallels between alien and human struggles." --Booklist, starred review

★ "Keller uses a vulnerable first-person narrative that alternates between past and present to sensitively detail the emotional roller coaster of navigating changing social rules, the anxieties of being oneself, and the process of coming to terms with one's flaws." --Publishers Weekly, starred review