Middle-grade novelists Elizabeth Bunce (How to Get Away with Myrtle), Hena Khan (Amina’s Song), and Angie Smibert (The Truce) discuss their new stories of girls finding their voices and using their wits to solve mysteries, overcome challenges, and bring people together.
As part of the all-virtual 2021 Virginia Festival of the Book, this event is FREE to attend and open to the public. To attend, please register below or simply make plans to watch on Facebook.com/VaBookFest. The video recording from this event will also be available to watch after the event concludes, on VaBook.org/Watch.
Thanks to our bookseller for this event, Book No Further.
“[In Premeditated Myrtle,] a saucy, likable heroine shines in a mystery marked by clever, unexpected twists.”—Kirkus Reviews
“[Amina’s Song is] written as beautifully as Amina’s voice surely is, this compassionate, timely novel is highly recommended for all.”—Booklist, starred review
“Smibert packs a lot into the story… her characters and setting are fully evoked, and her language is both thoughtful and precise. [She] has a talent for ghost stories. A satisfying conclusion to a worthy series.”—Kirkus Reviews