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? Does Amina need to start changing too Or hiding who she is to fit in While Amina grapples with these uestions she is devastated when her local mosue is vandalize. Mini reviewDNFGR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge Diversify YourselfThis book was recommended to me by my dear GR friend Fuzaila Click on her name to read her review I did actually hear about this book last year For some reason I had no idea what it was about I think it just got buried in the hype of other releases After reading Fuzalia s review I knew I had to try it I was happy to see that my library had a copy Unfortunately it wasn t for meThe first few pages were really good I could connect to Amina s situation As I read on the writing style became annoying Not sure what happened It stopped keeping my interest I couldn t find anything interesting about the book or the characters This was definitely a pers

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Amina's Voice

Ls different Soojin is suddenly hanging out with Emily one of the “cool” girls in the class and even talking about changing her name to something “American?. if you see me deleting old ratings and reviews on the tl blame this book for giving me a rating crisis buddy read with auntie

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Amina has never been comfortable in the spotlight She is happy just hanging out with her best friend Soojin Except now that she’s in middle school everything fee. Books like Amina s Voice are the reason why I started reading diverse middle grade books There is something so delightful and special about these books that capture the innocence optimism and wonder of children and their storiesIt follows young Amina Khokar a Pakistani American girl who lives with her parents and older brother in Milkauwee Having just started middle school Amina begins to feel that the things around her are changing leaving her feeling a little lost and unsure of everything Her best friend may not be her best friend any her uncle from Pakistan is visiting her older brother Mustafa is starting to enter the tumultuous period of independence Amina may have to face her fear of performing in


10 thoughts on “Amina's Voice

  1. says:

    Amina is a Pakistani American Muslim girl who longs to find the courage to share her vocal talent with others and who struggles to remain loyal to her family’s culture and customs Though the opening pages identify Amina’s interest

  2. says:

    Books like Amina's Voice are the reason why I started reading diverse middle grade books There is something so delightful and special about these books that capture the innocence optimism and wonder of children and their storiesIt follows young Amina Khokar a Pakistani American girl who lives with her parents and older brother in

  3. says:

    If middle grade fiction is your thing don’t forget to check this book out It is diverse has a Muslim protagonist and it is also one of those few books that doesn’t feature a romance and actually pulls it off Amina is a Pakistani American who lives in Milwaukee with her parents and her brother She is a talented singer but never got on s

  4. says:

    if you see me deleting old ratings and reviews on the tl blame this book for giving me a rating crisis buddy read with auntie

  5. says:

    Middle Grade has always been and will always be one of my favorite genres The books are so pure uite easy to get through and always make me smile Amina’s Voice isn’t any differentI listened to this book as an audiobook and I finished it in 2 days It was incredible I usually don’t tend to love audiobooks I’m not even sure why but the narration was perfect and really brought the story to lifeAs for the story itself it was

  6. says:

    Book 12 completed for #RamadanReadathon

  7. says:

    Sweet warm and reassuring the right sort of story to start off 2017 with There were several little moments that made me feel like I was reading about my own childhood from Amina's sweet little prayer to be able to pronounce the big haa in u'ran classes properly the struggle is real to the huge suitcase of gifts from cousins Amina hasn't seen in person for years that her uncle lugs over to the United States The

  8. says:

    Mini reviewDNFGR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge Diversify YourselfThis book was recommended to me by my dear GR friend Fuzaila Clic

  9. says:

    Amina is an excellent MC with a very relevant problem I enjoyed reading about her family and their culture as well as seeing a glimpse into h

  10. says:

    I really liked this one It was clearly written for a younger reader who does not uite know their religion yet and needs explanation to what their God means when they say certain things in scripture I learned a lot about people in Paki

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