According to the author, “The Hysterical Girls of St. Bernadette’s” is “a book about complicated relationships, about trauma, and about what it takes for girls to be believed.”
Out Now: "Marya Khan and the Incredible Henna Party" is Saadia Faruqi's Newest Project
Saadia Faruqi is the author of a growing collection of books for kids featuring Muslim characters, including the popular Yasmin! early readers series and the middle grade “Yusuf Azeem is Not a Hero” (2021). Her most recent addition, “Marya Khan and the Incredible Henna Party,” is out now.
Marya Khan is a feisty third-grader whose rivalry with the girl next door leads to plans for an epic birthday party—if she can pull everything together in time. Published by Amulet Books and intended for readers ages 6-9, “Marya Khan and the Incredible Henna Party” is the first installment of an upcoming series.
According to the author, this book is “perfect for fans of Ivy & Bean and Dory Fantasmagory.” Kirkus Reviews called it “a delightful story of friendship, family, and upended expectations” with “charming black-and-white illustrations.”
Who else is eagerly awaiting this brand new chapter book series? Y’all are gonna love the sassy Marya so much 😍 pic.twitter.com/qiSfXwvfbK— Saadia Faruqi (@SaadiaFaruqi) September 27, 2022