In the Key of Nira Ghani – book review

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In the Key of Nira Ghani
by Natasha Deen
#own voices
Realistic Fiction
* * * * Stars (Great!)

Nira Ghani’s parents have high expectations for her. She’s supposed to focus on her studies, get good grades, and become a doctor – something that would have been impossible if they’d stayed in Ghana. But Nira has other aspirations. She’s a talented musician and she wants study music and play trumpet professionally. Standing up for and believing in herself is difficult, though. Follow Nira on her journey to self-actualization as she forges a path to her dreams. Along the way she’ll find new friends, love, and discover things about her family she never knew. Also tea. So much tea. Countless cups of tea.

Reviewed by YA Librarian