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When Almaz makes a mistake in school, she's really embarrassed! Other kids tease her because they don't understand her Ethiopian culture. How can she use her family's traditions to make friends? She needs to host a BIG BUNA BASH!
Sara Arnold is just a woman who loves coffee, especially buna! Born in the U.S., Sara immigrated to Israel in 1981, and she now teaches English in Jerusalem. She hopes this book will encourage children to understand and respect people different from themselves. The Big Buna Bash is Sara’s first publication.
A Note From the Publisher
Author is available for interviews, blog tours, autographed tours, autographed book giveaways, contests, and book club discussions.
“It’s a ‘we’ world—and our children must be exposed to different races, cultures, and customs. That’s why I love The Big Buna Bash. It shows all children that differences can bring you together, and helps kids see our similarities. That’s how we raise a kinder, stronger, more empathetic generation of children—by turning ‘me’ into ‘we!’”-- Michele Borba, EdD, author of Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed in Our All-Me World
Sending out copies of book to priority media list (possibly with an extra treat), pitching trade outlets, traditional reviewers, bloggers, and local broadcast in the DC area when Sara is in town.