TOUR SCHEDULE: This is Not My Home by Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh [Children’s Picture Book]

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for This is Not My Home by Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh [Children’s Picture Book].

January 23rd
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January 24th
Twirling Book PrincessReview

January 25th
Confessions of a YA ReaderPromotional Post
The Litt LibrarianReview

January 26th
The Bookish CovenReview
PopTheButterfly ReadsReview

January 27th
Lemmi Bookmark That!Review
Dear RivarieReview, Journal Spread

January 28th
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January 29th
Pagies of NovelsReview & Favorite Quotes

January 23rd Creator’s Choice
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January 24th
The Thought Scribbler’s BlogReview
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January 25th
allielovestoreadReview & Favorite Quotes
thelittlibrianContent Creator’s Choice

January 26th
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popthebutterflyContent Creator’s Choice

January 27th
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lemmibookmarkthatContent Creator’s Choice

January 28th
quirkylitloverPromotional Post
castella.and.novellasReview & Favorite Quotes
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January 29th
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Genre: Children’s Picture Book
Publishing date: January 24th, 2023

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Rep: Taiwanese-American


From debut author-illustrator duo Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh comes a humorous and heartfelt reverse immigration story that will resonate across cultures and show us how a place can become home.

This is not my backyard barbecue.
This is not our car, these are not my fireflies.
This is not my farmers market and…
This is not my home.

When Lily’s mom announces their family must move back to Taiwan to take care of her elderly Ah Ma, Lily is devastated to leave behind her whole life for a place that is most definitely not her home. But Lily soon realizes, through the help of her family and friends, what home means to them. And perhaps someday—maybe not today, but someday—it might become her home too. 

Vivienne Chang and Eugenia Yoh met at Washington University in St. Louis. Eugenia studied Communication Design and now works at Chronicle Books. Vivienne studies Economics and is still stuck in St. Louis.
They hope to continue telling stories that simplify seemingly universal ideas through humor. When they are not discussing their next book concept, they can be found at a lake, a library, or in the yogurt section of Whole Foods. Who is this dog? We do not know. We found her in North Carolina.

Joint Website | Vivienne’s Website | Vivienne’s Twitter | Vivienne’s Instagram | Vivienne’s Goodreads | Eugenia’s Website | Eugenia’s LinkedIn | Eugenia’s Instagram | Eugenia’s Goodreads | Eugenia’s Etsy


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