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Magical Reality of Nadia, The

Author: Catherine R. Daly; Illustrator: Douglas Holgate

  • AGES 8 - 12 
  • Genre Fiction
Nadia loves fun facts. Here are a few about her:

  • She collects bobbleheads -- she has 77 so far.

  • She moved from Egypt to America when she was six years old.

  • The hippo amulet she wears is ancient...as in it's literally from ancient Egypt.

  • She's going to win the contest to design a new exhibit at the local museum.
    Because how cool would that be?!

(Okay, so that last one isn't a fact just yet, but Nadia has plans to make it one.)

But then a new kid shows up and teases Nadia about her Egyptian heritage. It's totally unexpected, and totally throws her off her game.

And something else happens that Nadia can't explain: Her amulet starts glowing! She soon discovers that the hippo is holding a helpful — and hilarious — secret. Can she use it to confront the new kid and win the contest?

From The Daily Show comedian Bassem Youssef and author Catherine Daly comes a humorous and heartfelt story about prejudice, friendship, empathy, and courage.

Includes sections of black-and-white comics as well as lively black-and-white illustrations throughout.