The Eiffel Tower's Daughter, by Bethany Huang

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Bethany Huang on Front Page of APA News & Review May 8, 2011

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
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