Katie Quirk’s first book, “A Girl Called Problem” is now getting national reviews! The story is set in early independence Tanzania, and involves a young heroine in a mystery that deeply entwines her family with the fate of her village. See more at: katie-quirk.com, and read the Kirkus review at Barnes and Noble, or pre-order on Amazon or IndieBound.
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