*Blog Tour + Giveaway* Li Na is My Name by Lisa Wee

I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the LI NA IS MY NAME by Lisa Wee Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my post and make sure to enter the giveaway!

9781913680374Book Title: Li Na is My Name

Author: Lisa Wee

Publisher: Dixi Books Publishing

Release Date: March 31, 2022

Genre: Children’s Picture Book

Synopsis:

Do you get teased by others for being a weirdo, a geek, a nerd or a bookworm? Friends, families and neighbours around Li-Na felt it was affectionate to tease her for her not-so-girly hobbies and clothing. Li-Na is about a little girl who refused to be stereotyped. It is a story that encourages kids to be kids until they are ready to be who they want to be. Li Na Is My Name is a book that is as relevant then as it is now. Wishing Li Na’s spirit, grit and resilience to all children. Love the way she stays true to herself. Let’s spread this so all children love themselves for just who they are.

Review:

“This engaging tale encourages resistance to gender stereotypes and highlights the power of discomfiting labels.” Kirkus

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Author Information

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Lisa Wee debuts as author/illustrator, “Li Na is my name, Dixi Books Publishing, UK.Dixi Books Publishing, UK.

Lisa has illustrated several picture books for prominent organisations and self-published authors. Her quaint, quirky and vibrant illustrations are inclusive, embracing diversity in celebrating the lives of children from all walks of life.

Her clients 

Celebrity Top Chef Kristen Kish in collaboration with Upwork, Babybug magazine, Ladybug magazine  World Vision International for International Day of the Girls campaign 2021.

Website | Goodreads | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter

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My Mini Review

Li Na is My Name is a beautiful and important children’s story that every child should read. This book illustrates the importance of names and how children do not want a word such as big, grumpy, tomboy in front of their names – they want to be called by their actual names. A word doesn’t define someone, and this book does a great job of showcasing that. Not only that, but this book also covers how we shouldn’t give in to gender stereotypes – women are capable of doing many of the same things men can, and vice versa. It’s important not to put a label on anyone, no matter their age, name, and gender. I definitely feel this is a book that will teach some valuable lessons to people of all ages. 

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Tour Schedule

Week One:

4/1/2022

Writer of Wrongs

Guest Post

Week Two:

4/4/2022

Lady Hawkeye

Excerpt/IG Post

4/5/2022

Ravenz Reviewz

Guest Post/IG Post

4/6/2022

BETTER_0FF_READ

IG Spotlight

4/7/2022

BookHounds

Guest Post/IG Post

4/8/2022

#BRVL Book Review Virginia Lee Blog

Excerpt

Week Three:

4/11/2022

Sadie’s Spotlight

Guest Post/IG Post

4/12/2022

Jazzy Book Reviews

Excerpt

4/13/2022

SJ_Bookshelf

Review

4/14/2022

Rajiv’s Reviews

Review/IG Post

4/15/2022

boozybook blog

Review/IG Post

Week Four:

4/18/2022

TakeALookAtMyBookshelf

Review

4/19/2022

Two Points of Interest

Review

4/20/2022

@the.page.sage

TikTok Review/IG Post

4/21/2022

@coffeesipsandreads

Review

4/22/2022

The Momma Spot

Review

Week Five:

4/25/2022

Excuse Me, I’m Reading

Review

4/26/2022

Wottaread

Excerpt

4/27/2022

Emmiepooh2

Review

4/28/2022

onemoreexclamation

Review/IG Post

4/29/2022

Lifestyle of Me

Review

4/30/2022

@jypsylynn

Review

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Giveaway

1 winner will win a finished copy LI NA IS MY NAME, International.

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