Featured Author: Rahma Rodaah
Updated: Feb 4
In celebration of #BlackHistoryMonth, I'm featuring a BIPOC writer for every day of February. And as a special treat for subscribers to my newsletter, every week one lucky winner will win a copy of a book from each of that week's seven featured writers. Winners will be announced right here on the blog, starting this Saturday night.
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Today, we're meeting Rahma Mohamed, who writes as Rahma Rodaah, from Edmonton, Alberta. She's author of MUHIIMA'S QUEST and LITTLE BROTHER FOR SALE, and has a couple of very exciting new projects in the works.
Rahma Rohdaah's stories feature Muslim characters with African roots, and sparkle with life for young readers, and I'm super-excited to read what she's got coming next. You can learn about Rahma's writing for kids -- and even watch her TedTalk! -- on her website here.
A reminder that this Saturday, I'll be doing the first of four draws this month, which will include a book from Rahma -- along with books from Beverly Jenkins, Jael Richardson and four others! -- which will be up for grabs for a lucky newsletter subscriber.
Make sure you're signed up at kcdyer.com and watch here for new featured writers every day this week.