TOUR SCHEDULE: The Next New Syrian Girl by Ream Shukairy

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Next New Syrian Girl by Ream Shukairy.

March 13th
Pages & PlotsPromotional Post
Brinn’s BooksReview

March 14th
Charli’s Book BoxPromotional Post
The Girl Who Reads – Review, Favorite Quotes

March 15th
Confessions of a YA ReaderPromotional Post
The Litt LibrarianPromotional Post

March 16th
Rae’s Reading LoungeReview, Favorite Quotes
Jen Jen ReviewsReview
dinipandareadsReview, Favorite Quotes

March 17th
Kait Plus Books – Promotional Post
Inking & ThinkingReview, Favorite Quotes

March 18th
Hijabi ReadsReview
PopTheButterfly ReadsReview

March 19th
A Book and Chai – Review
One Book MorePromotional Post
The Clever ReaderTop 5 Reasons to Read The Next New Syrian Girl

March 13th
bookdemonio – Promotional Post
castella.and.novellasTop 5 Reasons to Read The Next New Syrian Girl, Mood Board
hodophile_z – Review
brinnsbooksContent Creator’s Choice

March 14th
rosyreadzPromotional Post
hoardingbooks.herdingcats – Review, Favorite Quotes Post
charlisbookboxContent Creator’s Choice
bookstagramofmine – Content Creator’s Choice

March 15th
tbrandbeyondPromotional Post
stephlovaofbooksReview, Playlist
thelittlibrarianContent Creator’s Choice

March 16th
theenchantedshelf – Review
mindyourshelfReview, Annotations
jenjenreviewsContent Creator’s Choice
dinipandareadsContent Creator’s Choice

March 17th
ninebookishlivesPromotional Post
secretrhs05Review, Favorite Quotes
nurse_bookieTop 5 Reasons to Read The Next New Syrian Girl
inkingandthinkingContent Creator’s Choice

March 18th
dreaminginpagesPromotional Post
allielovestoreadReview, Favorite Quotes
quirkylitloverPromotional Post
hijabireads_Content Creator’s Choice
popthebutterfly – Content Creator’s Choice

March 19th
writingrosereads – Promotional Post
shariva.writes – Review
tahaslibrary – Review, Favorite Quotes
1bookmoreContent Creator’s Choice
thecleverreaderContent Creator’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Romance
Publishing date: March 14th, 2023

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Rep: Syrian, Muslim


Khadija Shaami is a Syrian American boxer fed up with the expectations of being the perfect Syrian daughter. Saddled with a monstrous ego and a mother to test it, she will stop at nothing to leave Detroit and travel the world with her best friend.

Leene Taher is a Syrian refugee enraptured by the lavish lifestyle of the Syrian girls in Detroit. America is her fresh start, if only her haunting past will let her move on.

When their worlds collide, the result is catastrophic: To Khadija, Leene embodies the tame, dutiful Syrian ideal she’s long rebelled against. And to Leene, Khadija is the strong-willed, closed-off American who makes Leene doubt her place in the world.

But as Khadija digs up Leene’s past, a startling discovery brings the two of them closer together. As the girls secretly race to unravel the truth, their blossoming friendship challenges what each knows about the other and herself. And what they find takes them all the way across the world, back to the place of Khadija’s memories and Leene’s nightmares.

Content Warning: Islamophobia, the Syrian Revolution, depression, reality of socioeconomic gaps, generational trauma, PTSD, Syrian refugee.

Ream Shukairy is a Syrian American born and raised full-time in Orange County, California and part-time over summers in Syria. Whether in California or Syria, she feels at home where her family is and wherever there’s a beach. She has a talent for learning languages and is always on the search for the next place she can travel and flex her words. The daughter of immigrants, there isn’t a stereotype she won’t try her hardest to defy. She can be found reading at the beach, with her sisters watching anime, or playing volleyball really anywhere. She currently resides in Boston for graduate school.

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