Under My Hijab
By Publishers Weekly
The narrator, a Muslim girl, has many impressive women in her life. In public, each of these women wears a hijab in a style that’s as individual as they are; at home or with other women or girls, they uncover their heads, and their chosen hairstyles are equally expressive. [T]heir matter-of-fact approach accomplishes what it sets out to do: celebrate the diversity and autonomy of contemporary Muslim women.