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Gringolandia Teen YA Book Tour begins October 29

Gringolandia Teen YA Book Tour begins October 29

October 29, 2009 is the beginning of the Teen YA Book Tours. What makes this book tour exceptional is that each blog this author will visit is run by a teenager. Fabulous teens doing fantastic things with books, reading, and reviewing. Each teen has their unique view on the world of books and invite everyone on this tour and to their blog to learn that Teens are hot on what makes good reading fun.

Thank you to each and every one of you who are participating and wanted to participate in this book tour. You have given insight and a fresh perspective to the world of books that I find invigorating. Thank you for honoring me with your involvement in this event.

Now for the show:

There will be an autographed book given to the lucky person picked from the people who leave a comment with their email addy at each blog. Thank you to the author for this wonderful opportunity.

A brief description of the book:
Though haunted by memories of his father's arrest in Pinochet's Chile, Daniel Aguilar has made a new life for himself in the United States--far from politics. But when his father is released, Daniel sees what years of prison and torture have done. Trying to reach his father, Daniel, along with his "gringa" girlfriend, finds himself in the democracy struggle of the country he thought he left behind.

Author’s bio:
Lyn Miller-Lachmann is the Editor-in-Chief of MultiCultural Review, the author of the award-winning reference book Our Family, Our Friends, Our World: An Annotated Guide to Significant Multicultural Books for Children and Teenagers (1992), the editor of Once Upon a Cuento (2003), a collection of short stories for young readers by Latino authors, and the author of the novel Dirt Cheap (2006), an eco-thriller for adult readers. For Gringolandia, she received a Work-in-Progress Grant from the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators.

The tour stops are:
Oct 29 Kelsey The Book Scout http://thebookscout.blogspot.com/
Oct 30 Lilibeth ChicaReader http://lilibethramos.blogspot.com
Nov 2 Reggie The Undercover Book Lover (Not Really) book http://theundercoverbooklover.blogspot.com/
Nov 3 Mariah A Reader’s Adventure! http://mariah-readingadventure.blogspot.com/
Nov 4 Amanda Reviewabook123 http://reviewabook123.blogspot.com
Nov 5 Erica The Book Cellar http://thebookcellarx.blogspot.com
Nov 6 Sarah Sarah's Random Musings http://sarahbear9789.blogspot.com/
Nov 9 Faye Ramblings of a Teenage Bookworm http://fayeflamereviews.blogspot.com
Nov 10 Melaine Melaine’s Musings http://melanies--musings.blogspot.com
Nov 11 Melaine Melaine’s Musings book review
Nov 11 Hope Hope’s Book Shelf http://www.princess2293.blogspot.com

Thank you for visiting and hope you enjoy the tour.

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