Living a life of privilege and attending Union of Hearts International School might be every girl’s dream, but for Pleng, nothing comes easy. Faced with a family crisis, a poor self-image, and approaching floodwater, she can’t imagine the adventure that awaits her. With parents who are incapable of teaching her about growing pains, Pleng is forced to learn them on her own the hard way – the very hard way. The first in Patrick Maher’s upcoming young reader's novel series, Pleng’s Song only stops being adventurous long enough for the reader to reflect on lessons learned by an unfortunate adolescent. - Kelsy Soderlund
'Bar Girl' released! (21 Aug 2012 01:28) A harrowing tale of life in Asia where the only thing that matters is money, where love and respect have to be bought rather than earned, and where women always come second.
'Noy of Nakohn Panome' released as printed book (09 Aug 2012 11:28) “If we get married in Thailand,” Noy said. “We’ll have to have a big wedding. Every district officer will have to be there. And, of course, you have to have my father’s permission?”
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