American as Paneer Pie

American as Paneer Pie

An Indian-American girl who struggles to navigate her two very different lives: the one at home, where she can be herself, and the one at school, where she is teased for her culture. When a racist incident rocks her small town, she must decide to con...

Title:American as Paneer Pie
Edition Language:English
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    American as Paneer Pie Reviews

  • Tani

    Did someone say Paneer? ...

  • Wendi Lee

    Lekha was an Indian-American living in a small town an hour away from Detroit. She was used to fielding racist comments from her classmates and microaggressions from teachers, and instead of confronti...

  • Adriana

    Beautiful. Truly was perfect from the very first pages to the last. I am a sucker for a shy girl standing up for herself so when Lekha did it was beyond perfect. I didn't expect to connect to her so m...

  • Neha Thakkar

    This book spoke to me as a first generation Indian American. With heart, humor, and hope Lekha learns how to balance her home self and her school self, along with learning how to speak out against rac...

  • Sierra Dertinger

    Supriya Kelkar has a way with her words, as it was so easy to connect with Lekha from the first few pages. Lehka is an Indian-American girl who feels like she can't blend her two different lives toget...

  • Kristin Crouch

    Thank you to Simon and Schuster Ed/Library team for sharing American As Paneer Pie with Collabookation. Lekha has been the only Indian kid in her Michigan suburb for her entire life. Which means that ...

  • Rajiv

    [Blog]::[Youtube]::[Twitter]::[Instagram]::[Pinterest]::[Bloglovin] I always love reading a good story that focuses on tolerance and acceptance towards anyone different from us. American as Paneer P...

  • Penny

    Thanks to School Library Journal for the ARC! Brava to the author and the main character, Lehka. So refreshing and so genuine. Definitely planning to purchase for my library. My only request would be ...

  • Joe Eyres

    What a fabulous and timely book! I love the whole story, the characters, and especially the word play! The descriptions were amazing- I was constantly hungry while reading this book! I renewed my love...

  • Anjali

    I have so many words for this book.Neither of the two protagonists' experience mirrors my own childhood growing up Indian-American in a very white world. However, that did not stop me from seeing part...