In May, we celebrate the culture and achievements of members of the Asian American and Pacific Islander communities. Join us as author Natasha Yim reads her new book, Disney/Pixar Turning Red: Like Mother, Like Daughter, based on the Academy Award®-nominated Disney/Pixar movie Turning Red (2022).
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About the Speaker
Natasha Yim is the author of nine picture books including Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas (Charlesbridge Publishing, 2014), a Junior Library Guild and Scholastic Book Club selection; and Luna’s Yum Yum Dim Sum (Charlesbridge Publishing, 2020), part of Charlesbridge Publishing's Storytelling Math series. She wrote Mulan's Lunar New Year in 2018 for Disney Press; Disney/Pixar Turning Red: Like Mother, Like Daughter, based on the Disney/Pixar movie, Turning Red (2022); and the Little Golden Book Disney and Pixar’s Lightyear, an adaptation of Disney/Pixar’s movie Lightyear (2022). Two nonfiction picture books about the Lunar New Year will be released by Quarto Books as part of their Holiday Around the World series, and by Jump! Publishing in November 2023.
Yim’s nonfiction articles have been published in the children’s magazines Highlights for Children, Faces, Appleseeds, and Muse. Yim is currently working on several other picture book projects and a middle grade novel. She grew up in Malaysia, Singapore, and Hong Kong, and many of her stories are inspired by her cultural upbringing.