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American as Paneer Pie An Indian American Girl Who Struggles To Navigate Her Two Very Different Lives The One At Home, Where She Can Be Herself, And The One At School, Where She Is Teased For Her Culture When A Racist Incident Rocks Her Small Town, She Must Decide To Continue To Remain Silent Or Find Her Voice


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10 thoughts on “American as Paneer Pie

  1. Tani Tani says:

    Did someone say Paneer


  2. Wendi Lee Wendi Lee says:

    Lekha was an Indian American living in a small town an hour away from Detroit She was used to fielding racist comments from her classmates and microaggressions from teachers, and instead of confronting them, Lekha has ignored them and tried not to attract attention So when Avantika moves to town and started challengin


  3. Kristin Crouch Kristin Crouch says:

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster Ed Library team for sharing American As Paneer Pie with Collabookation Lekha has been the only Indian kid in her Michigan suburb for her entire life Which means that for her entire school career, she s been called Dot, asked why she smells, and been outcasted dismissed by most classmates Except


  4. Rajiv Rajiv says:

    Blog Youtube Twitter Instagram Pinterest Bloglovin I always love reading a good story that focuses on tolerance and acceptance towards anyone different from us American as Paneer Pie shows the issues some Indian Americans feel from being uncomfortable in their own skin, even if they are born there The author did a wonderful job with th


  5. Neha Thakkar Neha Thakkar says:

    This book spoke to me as a first generation Indian American With heart, humor, and hope Lekha learns how to balance her home self and her school self, along with learning how to speak out against racism in her community, and then balancing old quiet and new speaks up Lekha Being a first generation child is difficult no matter what, as you are a


  6. Penny Penny says:

    Thanks to School Library Journal for the ARC Brava to the author and the main character, Lehka So refreshing and so genuine Definitely planning to purchase for my library My only request would be that the Indian foods, clothing, and other terms wereexplained or had a glossary I sometimes felt as out of it as I m sure an immigrant feels here perhaps, the


  7. Anjana Anjana says:

    I am not a teenage girl, and I was not born in a country where my forefathers and mothers could not trace they ancestry back to, but there was something so relatable about this book that I read it in almost one stretch, wanting to see it all the way through The one bias I might have had is that I spoke a different language at home than the city I lived in throug


  8. Bonnie Grover Bonnie Grover says:

    The world is still full ofgood people than bad Lekha is the only Indian American kid in her town and her life is hard But, when a Desi girl moves in next door she thinks things will get easier To Lekha s surprise, the new girl has a lot to teach her, including standing up for what is right I learned so much about the Hindi culture This is what happens when hate goes unch


  9. Sharon Sharon says:

    I stayed up way past my bed time to finish this one and then spent a bunch of time today urging people to read AMERICAN AS PANEER PIE I loved everything about this book The writing, the very realistic characters, the plot And this book is so timely If you are looking for a book that examines racism, microagressions, politics, complicity but does so in the context of an engaging s


  10. April April says:

    Due to this book, I have been cooking a lotIndian food lately The main character is the child of immigrants, and she shows what it is like to be Indian American preteen who dances with bollywood at home, but hides her bindi birthmark at school Adorable, I enjoyed every page.


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