Writing Routines, Agent Queries, and Rollercoaster POVs: Jake Maia Arlow on Her MG Debut ALMOST FLYING
By Sara Truuvert Sweaty palms, shaking limbs, and the distinct possibility of puking. Am I describing riding a rollercoaster or having a crush in middle school? These two thrill rides collide in Jake Maia Arlow’s MG debut Almost Flying. The novel follows thirteen-year-old Dalia, who has planned the perfect summer: finally ride a rollercoaster . . .