Sno-Isle Libraries was proud to host author Jasmine Warga this summer as part of the Reading Together program for student-age readers. Reading Together was a summer series of enriching resources and community connections centered around no-wait ebooks for kids and teens. Warga is from Cincinnati, Ohio, and now lives in the Chicago area. Other Words for Home has received the John Newbery Honor award, a Walter Honor, a Charlotte Huck Honor, and Lee Bennet Hopkins Poetry Prize Honor. Warga also wrote the young adult novels “My Heart and Other Black Holes” and “Here We Are Now.” Her books have been published in more than 25 countries and named to several state reading lists. Find other no-wait ebooks and eaudiobooks through our website.
"Sent with her mother to the safety of a relative's home in Cincinnati when her Syrian hometown is overshadowed by violence, Jude worries for the family members who were left behind as she adjusts to a new life with unexpected surprises."
"Seventeen-year-old Aysel's hobby--planning her own death--take a new path when she meets a boy who has similar plan of his own"
"While her mother is out of town, sixteen-year-old Taliah accompanies her estranged father--a famous rock star who one day appears on her doorstep--to Oak Falls, Indiana, to meet his dying father and the rest of his family, and on the way, Taliah learns about how her parents met and separated, her mother's experience as a Jordanian immigrant, and her own ability to accept change and open up to others."