Welcome Post: Lia Park and the Missing Jewel Blog Tour

Hi, y’all!

We’re so thrilled and overjoyed to be bringing you our tour schedule for our blog tour of Lia Park and the Missing Jewel by Jenna Yoon. 

We’re very excited to share this wonderful middle grade tour, especially during Asian American and Pacific Islander Month! It’s such an incredible story and we hope you’ll love it as much as I (Nat.) did. 

If you haven’t already, make sure to grab a beautiful copy of this book and add it to your TBR shelf! Don’t forget to follow/subscribe to each of our hosts so you don’t miss out on the tour stops when they become available!

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Lia Park and the Missing Jewel
by Jenna Yoon
Aladdin Books
Released on May 3, 2022
MIDDLE GRADE FICTION-Fantasy

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Perfect for fans of the Storm Runner and Aru Shah series, this thrilling middle grade fantasy follows a young girl who must venture to the undersea kingdom of the Dragon King in Korea to save her parents from an evil diviner spirit.

Twelve-year old Lia Park just wants to fit in. Her parents work with a mysterious organization that makes them ridiculously overprotective. Lia’s every move has been scrutinized since she was born, and she’d love to have the option of doing something exciting for once. So when she gets invited to the biggest birthday party of the year—and her parents say she can’t go—Lia sneaks out.

But her first act of rebellion not only breaks her parents’ rules, but also an ancient protection spell, allowing an evil diviner spirit to kidnap and ransom her parents for a powerful jewel that her family has guarded for years. With just the clothes on her back and some very rusty magical skills, Lia finds herself chasing mysterious clues that take her to her grandmother’s home in Korea.

From there, she has to make their way to the undersea kingdom of the Dragon King, the only person who knows where the powerful jewel might be. Along with her friend, Joon, Lia must dig deep and find courage to stand up for those who are weak—and become the hero her parents need.

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Jenna Yoon studied Art History at Wellesley College and received her master’s degree in Korean art history from Ewha Womans University. She’s lived about half her life in both Korea and the United States. When she’s not writing, Jenna loves to travel, find yummy eats, play board games, and take skin care very seriously. Currently, she lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two kids.

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