Zuni and the Memory Jar

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11.4 X 8.8 X 0.5 inches | 0.9 pounds

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About the Author
Aisha Saeed's novels include the New York Times bestseller Amal Unbound, Written in the Stars, Yes No Maybe So (with Becky Albertalli), Diana and the Island of No Return, and Forty Words for Love, and her picture books include Bilal Cooks Daal and The Together Tree. She is a Pakistani American writer, teacher, and attorney. She has been featured on MTV, the Huffington Post, NBC and the BBC. As one of the founding members of the We Need Diverse Books campaign, she is helping change the conversation about representation in literature. Aisha lives in Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband and sons. Find her online at www.aishasaeed.com.

Neha Rawat is an award-winning children's book illustrator from India. She spent a few years working as an engineer before her passion for art and visual storytelling led her to specialize in children's illustration. Neha can be found cuddling dogs, doing yoga, and hiking when not working in her studio. Visit Neha online at nrbstudio.in
Praise for Zuni and the Memory Jar By Aisha Saeed; Illustrated by Neha Rawat:

Zuni's story is expertly paced, elegantly written, and perfectly plotted... A superbly original picture book that celebrates memories big and small.
--Kirkus Reviews, starred review

Saeed's slice-of-life-oriented text highlights each signpost, while Rawat's digital illustrations capture Zuni's no less significant contributions alongside those of her family.
--Publisher's Weekly

Charming illustrations provide expression and visual details. Teachers and parents might be inspired to create their own versions of memory jars for children to collect special moments in time.

Beautiful illustrations... this heartwarming picture book will remind young readers that it's sometimes life's little moments that mean the most.
-- School Library Journal