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Child Guide – Books for Kids: “The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter: Truth Behind The Lies” by Bethany Huang May 8, 2011

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Child Guide (May/June 2011 Issue): Books for Kids

“The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter: Truth Behind The Lies” by Bethany Huangis listed as books for kids with “The Adventure of Johnny Saturday: The Helper”, by William F. Lovelady, “Sphoie Gets Curtains!” by Adelene Keeler Smith, “Brandma & Me” by Terry Clark & Kathy Pokorney, http://bit.ly/ljtvFJ

 

Bethany Huang on Nightly Business Report (NBR) – May 19, Thu

Bethany Huang will appear on PBS / Nightly Business Report (NBR)

          –as a commentator for Kids & Cash, May 19, Thursday 

Bethany Huang will appear on Nightly Business Report (NBR) as a commentator for Kids & Cash Program.  Bethany Huang published her first fiction book, The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter, at the age of 10. Bethany Huang wants to develop her own brand (Bethany Huang) product lines for jewelry and more for girls at the same age.

Link for Nightly Business Report’s May Schedule

 

Bethany Huang on Front Page of APA News & Review

Bethany Huang on Front Page of APA News & Review

– Current Issue, March / April 2011, Asian Pacific American News & Reviews

Bethany Huang: Nine-year-old novelist – “Novelist Bethany Huang has valued the virtue of truth since she first heard the tale of “The boy Who Cried Wolf” when she was a small child. It is no surprise, then, that Huang’s debut novel centers on a young girl’s search for truth. What is surprising is that Huang wrote the novel when she was only nine years old.

“The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter: The Truth Behind the Lies” follows the story of Swanilde, a young girl who is sent on an adventure trying to warn her father of the imminent threat  of her new stepfather – an undercover spy. Huang shows her power of imagination and her skill as a writer in this short spy novel set in France, Egypt, and Greece.”

 

10-Year-Old’s Book Ranked No.1 on SBEP Reading List April 16, 2011

 “The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter” by Bethany Huang is ranked No.1 on SBEP Reading List 2011 – Boys Hope Girls Hope .org’s Summer Reading List. Follows by No.2 The Cricket in Time Square, by George Selden; No.3 Earthquake Terror, by Peg Kehret, No.4 Fudge-a-Mania, by Judy Blume, and No. 5 The Indian in the Cupboard, by: Lynne Reid Banks.

SBEP Reading List 2011 from BoysHopeGirlsHope.org
1. “The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter”, by: Bethany Haung
2. The Cricket in Time Square, by: George Selden
3. Earthquake Terror, by: Peg Kehret
4. Fudge-a-Mania, by: Judy Blume
5. The Indian in the Cupboard, by: Lynne Reid Banks
6. Jacob Two-Two Meets the Hooded Frog, by: Mordecai Richler
To see the full list at http://bhghcolorado.org/summer-reading/

 

Author profile August 23, 2010

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Bethany Huang (黃依妮) is 11 years old.  She published her first book – The Eiffel Tower’s Daughter at 10 years old. She lives in New York with her parents and her brother. She enjoys reading  at every opportunity she has, and she loves to do creative writing as well. To learn more about her at bethanyhuang.com,  Goodreads and