House of Rougeaux wins 2019 Benjamin Franklin Award!

House of Rougeaux by Jenny Jaeckel was awarded the silver medal in Historical Fiction during the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Awards. This is a huge honor, and we thank IBPA for the award that marks independent excellence. Here’s the press release from IBPA.

House of Rougeaux is a gorgeous, emotional, and heart-wrenching family saga about enslaved islanders and their descendants. From the Caribbean, to Canada, to the US, and back, the Rougeaux family overcomes frightening odds and obstacles. Don’t miss this award-winning tale!

Find House of Rougeaux in Audio or Print wherever you get your books. The audiobook is narrated by Bahni Turpin, who has earned many awards for her performances including the 2018 Odyssey Award for The Hate U Give.

Jenny Jaeckel has won multiple awards for her graphic novel Spot 12: Five Months in the Neonatal ICU. House of Rougeaux is her fourth book and her first novel published. She’s currently working on a sequel to House of Rougeaux, and recently finished her second novel titled Eighteen. Find out more about Jaeckel and read her personal essays at www.jennyjaeckel.com.

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