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Jasmine Warga: Where She Makes Us Cry (literally), Talks about Robots with Feelings, and Explains How to Separate Author from Writer Life Episode Trigger Warnings: School shootings, child violence. Jasmine Warga is a wonderful MG writer who tackles difficult subjects with grace, dignity, and care. Come meet her and her books, find out why they make us cry and inspire us so much. Get excited for her upcoming novel, RESILIENCE about a Mars rover with feelings, learn how to balance the two jobs of writer/creative and author. Also enjoy this exclusive feature interview about Jasmine&apos;s newest MG novel, THE SHAPE OF THUNDER.  Its premise electrified us, and we knew we had to get Jasmine on our show! We&apos;re just so grateful she said yes! Author Bio:Jasmine Warga is the author of the New York Times bestseller Other Words For Home. Other Words For Home earned multiple awards, including a John Newbery Honor, a Walter Honor for Young Readers, and a Charlotte Huck Honor. She is also the author of young adult books, My Heart and Other Black Holes and Here We Are Now, which have been translated into over twenty different languages. The Shape of Thunder, her next novel for middle grade readers, will be published in May 2021. Originally from Cincinnati, she now lives in the Chicago-area with her family.Looking for trusted resources to find help and healing in dealing with school violence? Here&apos;s a link to a page of federal resources.You can connect with  Jasmine and follow her books and author journey at the following links.https://jasminewarga.com/aboutTwitter: @JasmineWargaInstagram: @JasmineWargaBooksPurchase THE SHAPE OF THUNDER on Amazon.Purchase OTHER WORDS FOR HOME on Amazon.Purchase MY HEART AND OTHER BLACK HOLES on Amazon.As always, please feel free to connect with Heather and  Cheryl in the following places:www.CherylCaldwellAuthor.comwww.HeatherClarkBooks.comwww.MGBookParty.comTwitter: @CherylCaldwell, @HClarkWrites, @MGBookPartyInstagram: @SaltyQuills, @HeatherClarkBooks, @MGBookPartyClubhouse: @CherylCaldwell, @HClarkWritesOr Join MGBookParty on Clubhouse here.AmazonPurchase Books From Featured Authors On AmazonDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
121 Author Jasmine Warga Jasmine Warga and I discuss her newest novel, THE SHAPE OF THUNDER, as well as gun violence in schools and mental health in youth. We also talk about her process of pantsing and revising to find her stories, how storytelling rekindled her love of science, how she overcame her habit of hoping between stories, how she learned to make time for writing, astrology, a ghost story, developing healthy reading habits, and so much more.

Jasmine Warga is the author of the New York Times bestseller Other Words For Home. Other Words For Home earned multiple awards, including a John Newbery Honor, a Walter Honor for Young Readers, and a Charlotte Huck Honor. She is also the author of young adult books, My Heart and Other Black Holes and Here We Are Now, which have been translated into over twenty different languages. The Shape of Thunder, her next novel for middle grade readers, will be published in May 2021. Originally from Cincinnati, she now lives in the Chicago-area with her family.
5.14.21: Other Words for Home by Jasmine Warga Another nominee for this year's Great Stone Face book award, and a novel in verse!
"Other Words for Home" by Jasmine Warga; Read by Kendra 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. This title is intended for tweens and is suitable for most audiences. Recorded with permission of Balzer + Bray, an imprint of HarperCollins. Click here to see this title in the Houston Public Library catalog.
Eight Books That Made Me: Jasmine Warga Librarian Natalie McCall chats with Jasmine Warga. Warga is the author of the New York Times bestseller Other Words For Home. Other Words For Home earned multiple awards, including a John Newbery Honor. She is also the author of young adult books, My Heart and Other Black Holes and Here We Are Now, which have been translated into over twenty different languages. The Shape of Thunder, her next novel for middle grade readers, will be published in May 2021. Originally from Cincinnati, she now lives in the Chicago-area with her family. Natalie and Jasmine talk about books as a vehicle to ask questions about the thorny topics of life without being prescriptive, the randomness of grief, how books about girly girls can be universal for all readers, and modern reading culture (blogs! Reviews! Goodreads! Oh my!). Jasmine’s Eight
S2 Ep9: Radical Empathy: In Conversation with Jasmine Warga In her new book The Shape of Thunder, available May 11, Jasmine Warga brings together that which never changes about adolescence with the stark reality of adolescence today. From first crushes to new interests, gun violence and mental health, Warga's book is shaped by what she calls "radical empathy."

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Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson: an interview with author Jasmine Warga Podcast #052



For my fifty-second Dream Gardens kid lit podcast, I interviewed author Jasmine Warga about the&nbsp; children’s middle grade novel Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson.



Originally published in&nbsp; 1972, and awarded the Newbery in 1978,&nbsp; Bridge to Terabithia tells the story of two friends, Jess Aarons and Leslie Burke. They don&#8217;t feel like they quite fit in anywhere, or that anyone really understands them, so they invent a imaginary place they can go to be whatever they want to be: Terabithia.&nbsp; But will Terabithia be enough when a tragic moment threatens to tear everything apart? Bridge to Terabithia is a novel that runs a gamut of emotions, from the giddiness of new friendship and imagination to the inexpressible pain of loss.&nbsp;



Jasmine Warga is author of the YA novels Here We Are Now and My Heart and Other Black Holes, and in May, 2019  she will be debuting her first middle grade novel, Other Words for Home. You can find Jasmine’s website at jasminewarga.com.



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My next podcast will be with author Alison Gardiner, talking about the illustrated children&#8217;s novel&nbsp; Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse, written by Chris Riddell. It will be published on May 16th.
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KPL Podcast September 2020 Week 1 with Special Guests Nancy Price and Jasmine Warga Hello, We have another jammed packed KPL Podcast episode ready just for you! Join author Jasmine Warga as she discusses her latest title "Other Words for Home". Also Nancy Price of the League of Women Voters visits to answer our questions about mail-in voting. Lastly, for National Wildlife Day, Jigisha and I share some furry friend recommendations. Happy ListeningVote 411Missouri Secretary of StateSt. Louis County Board of ElectionsSt Louis Area Voter Protector CoalitionBooks Mentioned in the PodcastMy Heart and Other Black Holes by Jasmine WargaHere We are Now by Jasmine WargaTrick Mirror by Jia TolentinoVanishing Half by Brit BennettWriters and Lovers by Lily KingThe List of Things that Will Not Change by Rebecca SteadWe Dream of Space by Erin Entrada KellyOur Friend Hedgehog by Lauren Castillo
A Syrian kid comes to Ohio in Jasmine Warga's 'Other Words for Home' Jasmine Warga's first middle grade novel, "Other Words for Home," is making tons of 2019 book lists and for good reason. The timely, emotional and hopeful novel in verse follows a Syrian sixth grader as she adjusts to her new home in Cincinnati even as she experiences uncertainty and fear.Visit our episode page for more information on Jasmine.
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