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Grace Ryan is completely invisible. Awkward and shy, she can't seem to get ahead in her studies or her social circle, until she discovers Tokyo street fashion—and a pen pal on the other side of the world.

Kana is a high school senior in the middle of the Japanese college entrance exam race—she eats, sleeps and breathes English in order to pass her big test. Kana's tired, th
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Paperback, 302 pages
Expected publication: December 31st 2020 (first published February 25th 2020)
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Loren grew up expecting she could be the next Gordon Korman, except she wasn't particularly funny, which was a bit problematic. Then she wanted to become an exchange student in Japan, and use her newfound fluency to consume Japanese comic books by the boatload. That didn't work out as planned, either.

Instead, as an adult, she earned an English degree in her hometown of St. John's, Newfoundland and
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