Nadia L. Hohn

Nadia L. Hohn is a Canadian writer, musician and educator based in Toronto.
Nadia L. Hohn is a Toronto-based writer, musician and educator. (Elizabeth Dungan)

Nadia L. Hohn is a writer, musician and educator based in Toronto, Ont. Having previously written nonfiction educational books for children, she is the author of several popular picture books, including Malaika's Winter Carnival and the biographical Harriet Tubman: Freedom Fighter

She was named one of six black Canadian writers to watch in 2018, and won the Helen Isobel Sissons Canadian Children's Story Award in 2016. Her children's fiction blends standard English and Caribbean patois, telling black stories from an often underrepresented point of view. 

Books by Nadia L. Hohn 


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