Let us know what’s wrong with this preview of, “Because friendship is about laughing when the other person is joking to make you feel better. Padma Venkatraman, Author. Paperback CDN$ 5.95 CDN$ 5. About Padma Venkatraman. for a virtual, intergenerational book discussion of The Bridge Home, featuring the book’s author, Padma Venkatraman. An oceanographer by training, she is the author of twenty books for young readers, published in India, on a variety of subjects. An oceanographer by training, she is the author of twenty books for young readers, published in India, on a variety of subjects. Thrilled to see this WNDB mentorship winner (mentored by Jodi Meadows) successfully in print. Climbing the Stairs is a powerful story about love and loss set against a fascinating historical backdrop. This middle grade, realistic fiction will be realeased 2.5.19!! In this narrative, Appelt also interweaves the stories across time, knit together by the themes of hope, faith and a desire for freedom. Padma Venkatraman tells us the story of two young girls who run away from home, due to issues with an abusive father and a sick mother. PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Join Providence Community Library’s PVD READS Book Club on Monday, July 13th at 6P.M. The Bridge Home book. Padma Venkatraman lives in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. The Providence Journal’s Sam Coale called it a “fine, often heartbreaking first novel” and pointed out that, although he was not a “young” adult, he loved it and had not realized that it was categorized as such until it was pointed out to him. I was traveling and had a million things to get done when this novel was sent to me for a potential blurb. A smart addition to any middle school library.” – * Starred Review, Audio, SLJ, “Gorgeous storytelling” – New York Times Book Review, “Love and loss, desperation and dreams meet in this beautifully rendered tale, both harrowing and heartening.” – San Francisco Chronicle, “will break hearts and inspire activist longings” – BCCB, “this bittersweet novel is about breaking the cycle of abuse, reaching for your dreams and finding home in the most unlikely of people and places” – Horn Book, Winner, WNDB Walter Dean Myers Award for young readers, Winner, SCBWI Golden Kite Award for middle grade fiction, FL Sunshine State Children’s Choice Award Nominee 20-21, MN Youth Reading Maud Hart Lovelace Award Nominee 20-21, WSRA Wisconsin State Reading Association Award Nominee 20-21, Notable Book for a Global Society (ILA NGBS), Washington Post KidPost Summer Reading Selection, Listen to the first chapter in the author’s voice, “Spiritually uplifting” – Starred review, Booklist, “magnificently strong” – Starred review, VOYA, “Heart- achingly hopeful and beautifully written.” – Starred Review, BCCB, “powerful depiction of a teen girl struggling to recover from an accident”                           – Chicago Tribune, “Sure to go on my favorites list” – Denver Post, “dazzles & delights…beautifully written” – Providence Journal, ALA/YALSA Best Book for Young Adults (BBYA), Booklist Editor’s Choice Best Book for Young Adults, Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) Choice, Center for the study of multicultural literature (CSML) Best Book, Forever literary top 10 character driven books, IBBY Outstanding book for young people with disabilities, IRA Notable Book for a Global Society (NBGS), Julia Ward Howe Boston Authors Club honor book, Red dot award winner (3rd place, Singapore children’s choice), “vivifies a unique era and culture as it movingly expresses how love and hope can blossom even under the most dismal of circumstances” – Starred review, PW, “an intricate and convincing backdrop of a conservative Brahmin home in a time of change”– Starred review, Booklist, “will capture the imaginations of many readers”- Starred review, VOYA, “a compelling story”- Lynda Brill Comerford, Publishers Weekly, “Flying Start”, “Thought-provoking and deeply moving.”- Booksense, Notable Citation, “will appeal to an international audience”- Michelle Reale, India Currents, “ [A] fine, often heart-breaking novel”- Sam Coale, The Providence Sunday Journal, Bank Street College of Education Best Book, Pennsylvania School Library Association (PASLA) Top-40, Shortlisted for NJ Garden State Book Award, Shortlisted for Reading Across Rhode Island, “enticing blend of mystic tradition & imaginative speculation” – Starred review, PW, “succeeds spectacularly” – Starred review, Booklist, “Vividly written and expertly paced” – SLJ, Starred Review, “consistenly engrosses” – Kirkus, Starred Review, Julia Ward Howe Boston Authors Club, Finalist. Sucheta Rawal at the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators conference in New York, where she met the author Padma Venkatraman. “My skin tingles as I step into the music, American author, Padma Venkatraman, has worked as chief scientist on oceanographic ships and spent time under the sea, directed a school, and lived in 5 countries. Max loves stories and longs to solve the mystery of what happened to his mother who disappeared when he was a baby. Read Padma Venkatraman's posts on the Penguin Blog. Dr. Padma Venkatraman is the author of The Bridge Home, A Time to Dance, Island’s End and Climbing The Stairs, published by Nancy Paulsen Books, Penguin Random House. Padma Venkatraman lives in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Provide your email address below and then click the follow button to receive updates whenever the author writes a new blog post. Padma Venkatraman was born in Chennai, India, and became an American citizen after living in five countries and working as an oceanographer. 25 Resources6 Awards. Book: The Bridge Home. Germans Need Diverse Books, Too! So happy to welcome this book into the world. Like How to Steal a Dog (Barbara O'Connor) and One for the Murphy's (Lynda Mullaly Hunt), this moving plot reveals the multifaceted problems faced by children who find themselves being forced to move from one house to another as they search for home and self. The novel also received glowing reviews in Kirkus Reviews, School Library Journal, India New England News and India Currents. Thank you @kidlitexchange @penguinkids and @venkatraman.padma for the review copy of this book. To learn more, about her book Climbing the Stairs, visit the web site, www.climbingthestairsbook.com. Nancy Paulsen Books, Fiction, May 2014. In this book, McWilliams has created a female protagonist whose strength relies not on brute force but in spirituality. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Climbing the Stairs. Padma Venkatraman plans to write new posts regularly in fall, to celebrate the Global Read Aloud project and ProjectLIT. His father and grandfather are loving, but money is tight - and one day, when his father is away, Max grabs a chance to run away to try and discover what happened to his mother. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Padma Venkatraman . We've spent the past eight months in Germany, where my husband and I were honored to recieve invitations to reside as "fellows" at the Hansewissenschafts Kolleg in Delmenhorst. Magical, meaningful and moving. I can’t imagine any heart would not be moved by their fight to survive and retain their humanity. Magical, meaningful and moving. Padma Venkatraman is the WNDB Walter Dean Myers award-winning author The Bridge Home, a 2019 Global Read Aloud; Island’s End, A Time to Dance and Climbing the Stairs.All her books have been featured on numerous best book lists, received a total of over 20 starred reviews, and won multiple awards and honors. If so, Padma Venkatraman's "Climbing the Stairs" is the book for you. 50 Total Resources 7 Books. WNDB Walter Award 2020; SCBWI Golden Kite Award 2020; Paterson Prize; Julia Ward Howe Young Readers Award; South Asia Book Award; ALA, IRA Notable; Booklist, Kirkus, NYPL, Yalsa BBYA; CCBC choice; IBBY outstanding etc.). Padma Venkatraman (www.padmasbooks.com) is an oceanographer by training and a writer by choice. In an effort to make a change, author Padma Venkatraman did something she’d classify as unusual. Four determined homeless children make a life for themselves in Padma Venkatraman''s stirring middle-grade debut. Suitable for ages: 12-16. To learn more, about her book Climbing the Stairs, visit the web site, www.climbingthestairsbook.com. Welcome back. 36 Resources12 Awards. Although younger, Viji feels obliged to care for her developmentally and physically challenged sibling, Rukku. Free download or read online Climbing the Stairs pdf (ePUB) book. ‎Preview and download books by Padma Venkatraman, including Climbing the Stairs, The Bridge Home and many more. For a girl who’s grown up used to receiving applause … ; A Time to Dance. Ari battles between staying loyal to her older brother and to her mother's memory when he decides he can no longer stay with his "bossy" guardian. An oceanographer by training, she is the author of twenty books for young readers, published in India, on a variety of subjects. This poignant tale explores homelessness in a voice that rings true. I could not put this book down and I am honored to help it enter the world. Padma Venkatraman was born in Chennai, India, and became an American citizen after attaining a Ph.D. in oceanography from The College of William and Mary. Padma Venkatraman lives in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Like How to Steal a Dog (Barbara O. Ari battles between staying loyal to her older brother and to her mother's memory when he decides he can no longer stay with his "bossy" guardian. Also, similar to that novel, in this work, as well, we see the stories of humans and animals - an enslaved woman, an ocelot, and a thief. Climbing the Stairs. magnificently strong” – Starred review, VOYA, “powerful depiction of a teen girl struggling to recover from an accident”, “an intricate and convincing backdrop of a conservative Brahmin home in a time of change”, View venkatraman.padma’s profile on Facebook, View venkatraman.padma’s profile on Instagram, View padma-venkatraman-8538a74’s profile on LinkedIn, Teach the Bridge Home (GRA#19 GRABridge #ProjectLIT), Teach A Time to Dance, Island’s End & Climbing the Stairs. Her next novel, Born Behind Bars, is scheduled for October 2021 release. Bajaj mixes moments of humor in with an examination of a tough and timely topic in a story that is sure to be a splendid success. Venkatraman's debut novel, Climbing the Stairs, was released to starred reviews in Booklist, Publishers Weekly and Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA). This book gives readers a glimpse into what it means to live in a traditional Indian joint family and of the restrictions imposed on people due to social and cultural norms. The first edition of the novel was published in 2008, and was written by Padma Venkatraman. She provides keynote addresses and commencement speeches, travels to international author festivals, serves on panels, does author visits and conducts workshops. … Meet-the-Author Recording of The Bridge Home; Audio Excerpt from A Time to Dance; Video Book Trailer for A Time to Dance; Name Pronunciation with Padma Venkatraman; Our Original Resources 5 Her 4 novels, THE BRIDGE HOME, A TIME TO DANCE, ISLAND’S END and CLIMBING THE STAIRS, were released to multiple starred reviews (2 altogether), and won numerous honors and awards (e.g. Life is harsh in Chennai''s teeming streets, so when runaway sisters Viji and Rukku arrive, their prospects look grim. Thrilled to see this WNDB mentorship winner (mentored by Jodi Meadows) successfully in print. This is a stunning novel about spiritual awakening, the power of art, and above all, the courage and resilience of the human spirit. I can’t imagine any teen being anything but riveted by the story of Pulga Chico and Pequena as they are forced to make a terrifying journey, leaving behind their home and loved ones when their lives are threatened. Buy BRIDGE HOME, THE:9781984813602 by VENKATRAMAN, PADMA Ya Fiction (12+) English Books available at Asiabooks.com with special promotions. To view it, We’d love your help. Once again, Appelt makes the langauge sing. Padma Venkatraman’s inspiring story of a young girl’s struggle to regain her passion and find a new peace is told lyrically through verse that captures the beauty and mystery of India and the ancient bharatanatyam dance form. ‎Preview and download books by Padma Venkatraman, including The Bridge Home, Cleverest Thief and many more. Another novel by masterful plotter Kathi Appelt, in which, yet again, she braids together seemingly disparate narratives, just as she in her Newbery Honor Winning and stunning debut, THE UNDERNEATH. The problem is, another young run away depends on him. If you are afraid of being ripped apart by raw emotion, read this book. Books Advanced Search Today's Deals New Releases Amazon Charts Best Sellers & More The Globe & Mail Best Sellers New York Times Best Sellers Best Books of the Month Children's Books Textbooks Kindle Books ... by Padma Venkatraman and Baird Hoffmire | Jun 6 2008. Book Jacket Synopsis: Veda, a classical dance prodigy in India, lives and breathes dance–so when an accident leaves her a below-knee amputee, her dreams are shattered. Padma Venkatraman lives in North Kingstown, Rhode Island. Review by: Sucheta Rawal, an award-winning food and travel writer, author of the ‘Beato Goes To’ series of children’s books, and founder of Atlanta-based nonprofit Go Eat Give. And, as with THE UNDERNEATH, the lyrical beauty of her prose is enthralling. To learn more, about her book Climbing the Stairs, visit… More about Padma Venkatraman Refresh and try again. Even if you don’t find her joke all that funny.”, “I want to tell the nurses no scale can measure. An oceanographer by training, she is the author of twenty books for young readers, published in India, on a variety of subjects. Padma Venkatraman plans to write new posts regularly in fall, to celebrate the Global Read Aloud project and ProjectLIT. His father and grandfather are loving. Can he keep them both safe as they journey together in the hope of a better tomorrow? This book takes place in India. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Add to Reading List Share this Book. A sustained effort is under way to deny children access to literature. --Aisha Saeed, author of the New York Times Bestseller Amal Unbound Four determined homeless children make a life for themselves in Padma Venkatraman''s stirring middle-grade debut. Max loves stories and longs to solve the mystery of what happened to his mother who disappeared when he was a baby. All opinions are my own. Also, similar to that novel, in this work, as well. by Padma Venkatraman. Discover more books like ‘The Bridge Home,’ w ritten by Padma Venkatraman, by checking out our reviews and articles tagged with Friendship, Homelessness, Middle Grade Books, and Sisters. From the outset, it doesn’t seem like much, but Venkatraman is doing what she can now that she can’t speak to a room of people. Padma Venkatraman's most recent novel, A TIME TO DANCE, was released in May 2014 to starred reviews in Kirkus, Booklist, VOYA, SLJ, and BCCB and rave reviews online and in newspapers such as the Chicago Tribune, Newsday, The Providence Journal and The Denver Post. This poignant tale explores homelessness in a voice that rings true. Add to Reading List Share this Book. If you aren’t afraid of being ripped apart by raw emotion, read this book. Provide your email address below and then click the follow button to receive updates whenever the author writes a new blog post. She started a hashtag. Oliver Twist meets Slum Dog Milionaire in this tale of four  determined homeless children who make a life for themselves on the streets of an Indian city. Padma Venkatraman. Padma Venkatraman’s inspiring story of a young girl’s struggle to regain her passion and find a new peace is told lyrically through verse that captures the beauty and mystery of India and the ancient bharatanatyam dance form. Curricular connections abound, including science, global studies, and ecology. She is also the author of A Time to Dance (IBBY selection, ALA Notable, Notable Books for a Global Society, and New York Public Library Best Book), Island's End (ALA Best Book for Young Adults, CCBC Choice, and South Asia Book Award winner), and … by Padma Venkatraman. They shrink our world by expanding our understanding and empathy. 95. Award-winning American author, Padma Venkatraman, worked as a chief scientist on oceanographic ships, explored rainforests, directed a school, and lived in 5 countries before settling down in Rhode Island. It follows two sisters, Viji and Rukku, as they run away from their abusive father and choose to live on the streets. The main characters of this historical, historical fiction story are , . by Padma Venkatraman. Because some books, like We Are Not From Here are important and necessary and they force us to imagine the unimaginable. In this book, McWilliams has created a female protagonis. Fry Bread: A Native American Family Story, The Eternal Kiss: 13 Vampire Tales of Blood and Desire. From the lyrical prologue to the climax, young adults will enjoy Agnes's journey from an oppressed child into a teacher fighting for the survival of her world. Visit Providence Journal to read Inside Story: Gaining perspective, empathy with author and oceanographer Padma Venkatraman. To learn more, about her book Climbing the Stairs, visit the web site, www.climbingthestairsbook.com. I knew what entomology was, but this book introduced me to entomophagy, which I'd never heard of. I was traveling and had a million things to get done when this novel was sent to me for a potential blurb. I was riveted from the first page of this book and shocked and touched by the plight of the three teenagers in Guatemala whose plight and fate this story follows. Padma Venkatraman’s debut novel poignantly shows a girl struggling to find her place in a mixedup world. Climbing the Stairs - Ebook written by Padma Venkatraman. Another novel by masterful plotter Kathi Appelt, in which, yet again, she braids together seemingly disparate narratives, just as she in her Newbery Honor Winning and stunning debut, THE UNDERNEATH. Buy Padma Venkatraman eBooks to read online or download in PDF or ePub on your PC, tablet or mobile device. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Padma infuses her story with hope and bravery that will inspire readers." I was riveted from the first page of this book and shocked and touched by the plight of the three teenagers in Guatemala whose plight and fate. 5.0 out of 5 stars 1. This is a stunning novel about spiritual awakening, the power of art, and above all, the courage and resilience of the human spirit. by Padma Venkatraman. Browse books by Padma Venkatraman The Bridge Home. Themes: Dance, India, Amputee, Disabilities, Abilities. About Padma. Visit her at, Double Stars: The Story of Caroline Herschel. In these difficult and divisive times, I think it's particularly important for young people to have access to stories exploring a protagonist's inner strength and so I was intrigued by even the first draft, which I read long ago, and felt certain, upon reading it, that it would, for sure, soon be published - and I am delighted to see my prediction came true. See if your friends have read any of Padma Venkatraman's books. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of 256 pages and is available in Hardcover format. You can also read her blog, padmasbooks.blogspot.com. The characters in “The Bridge Home” are closely fashioned after real children who faced the mean streets head on and that authenticity rings out throughout this book in … Another book to win hearts, written by an award-winning author. Padma Venkatraman eBooks. 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