In this companion story to I’m New Here, three elementary schoolers — who aren’t new — begin to understand and embrace three immigrant students.
Are you new here? Do you know someone new? In I’m New Here and Someone New, young readers explore the immigrant experience through both “windows” and “mirrors.” In I’m New Here, readers meet three recent immigrants trying to adjust to a new country and school. In Someone New, the same story is told from the perspective of the students who welcome the newcomers. An honest and heartwarming look at diversity, inclusion, and friendship.
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About the Author/Illustrator: Anne Sibley O’Brien’s passion for multiracial, multicultural, and global subjects grew out of her experience of being raised bilingual and bicultural in South Korea. She is the author and illustrator of many books for children, including I’m New Here, A Path of Stars, After Gandhi, and The Legend of Hong Kil Dong: The Robin Hood of Korea. She is also the author of Abracadabra, It’s Spring!, Hocus Pocus, It’s Fall!, and In the Shadow of the Sun. Anne lives on an island in Maine.
About Charlesbridge Publishing: ‘Books for Young Readers’. Charlesbridge Publishing is a Watertown, Massachusetts independent publisher of children’s books for ages 0-14. Charlesbridge first started publishing in 1989 and their very first books were alphabet books on nature. Check out more of their alphabet books, as well as their entire catalog, here on their website.
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