WHO'S JU? Ebook Release: 1/1/15

I spent a lovely Christmas holiday with family and friends, and I’m looking forward to all 2015 has in store. And it starts with a bang: the ebook release of WHO’S JU on 1/1/15! The ebook is available on Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, and Kobo, or through the Northampton House Press website. You don’t need an e-reader to view the book – all three sellers have free apps for all devices (including desktop and laptop computers). You can also find WHO'S JU on Goodreads and BookDaily.

WHO’S JU is a contemporary middle grade mystery novel for ages 9-12. Justina ‘Ju’ Feliciano and her fellow seventh-grade sleuths are on the case! A sneaky vandal has damaged scenery from the middle school drama club production and the newbie detectives must catch the culprit before opening night. But Ju faces a completely different kind of mystery when a genetics assignment forces her to investigate the cold hard fact that her frizzy blonde hair and amber eyes don’t match the shades of brown that run in her family.

Early praise for WHO’S JU (7th Grade Sleuths #1):

“Dania Ramos’s Who’s Ju? is absolutely wonderful. At a time when the publishing world is in desperate need for more diversity in children’s literature, Ramos has introduced Justina, who is not only full of cultural pride, but is also universally relatable as she struggles with issues all kids face: Who am I and where do I fit in? The characters are real—and real funny, and readers will love following along as the Seventh-Grade Sleuths tackle a drama club mystery while even larger mysteries unfold around them. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series!” — Crystal Velasquez, Author of the Your Life, But… Series

“Ju is a terrific personality with a large, inquisitive mind and an even bigger heart. Girls of all ages will remember her long after the last page is turned.” — Cecilia Galante, Author of The Patron Saint of Butterflies

“Dania Ramos has written a fun, humorous, lighthearted caper that subtlety and brilliantly explores the importance of cultural identity.” — Linda Nieves-Powell, Author of Yo Soy Latina! and Freestyle

I’m so excited to share Ju’s story with the world. Happy new year!