Tofu Quilt

By Bulletin for the Center for Children's Books

The poems . . . [have] an appealing immediacy, and they describe a setting that’ll be glamorously unusual to most readers. Yet the narrator’s feelings, as she yearns for validation of the pastime that grows increasingly important to her, will be universally recognizable, and the point that youthful talent blossoms under encouragement is one that readers with their own dreams will particularly appreciate.