Ruby Lu, Brave and True by Lenore Look

For Ruby Lu, life on 20th Avenue was mostly great. She was the star of her very own magic show. She gets to give a talk at the local school about the safety benefits of reflective tape. And she also gets to ride the bus down to Chinatown with her GungGung and PohPoh. Still, it’s tough to grow up, and some days can be pretty hard… Like when your baby brother spills all your magic secrets!

While this book might not appeal to older tweens, 9 and 10 year old girls will probably remember all too well how it feels to be (almost) eight years old. Still, anyone can appreciate this fun glimpse into the life of an Asian-American girl — complete with a glossary of Chinese (Cantonese/Taishanese) terms that Ruby and her family uses.

Happy Reading!

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2 responses to “Ruby Lu, Brave and True by Lenore Look

  1. as i’m semi computer literate but prob. clueless how blogs work, i’d love to connect with leonore look as i had her daughter madison in my preschool class and hope to see her at marlene demyan’s retirement partyfri. night. would u be soooooo kind as to pass this msg onto leonore so she can contact me????? thnk u so very much. blessings pat dipalma

  2. Unfortunately, I do not know many of the authors about whom I blog. I would love to pass along your message, but I have no way to do so. Happy Reading!

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