Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous


By Suzanne Park

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An NPR Best Book of the Year

A PopSugar Best Book of June!

"An absolute joy to read. I completely demolished it one sitting."—

Nominated to the 2022 YALSA Quick Picks for Young Adult Reluctant Readers list

A 2021 Junior Library Guild Young Adults Selection

Korean American social media influencer Sunny is shipped off to a digital detox camp in this hilarious, charming romantic comedy. Perfect for fans of laugh-out-loud coming-of-age stories.

Sunny Song's Big Summer Goals:

1) Make Rafael Kim my boyfriend (finally!)

2) Hit 100K followers (almost there...)

3) Have the best last summer of high school ever

Not on Sunny's list: accidentally filming a PG-13 cooking video that goes viral (#browniegate). Extremely not on her list: being shipped off to a digital detox farm camp in Iowa (IOWA??) for a whole month. She's traded in her WiFi connection for a butter churn, and if she wants any shot at growing her social media platform this summer, she'll need to find a way back online.

But between some unexpected friendships and an alarmingly cute farm boy, Sunny might be surprised by the connections she makes when she's forced to disconnect.

Praise for Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous:

"Sunny Song is one of the most hilarious, heart-warming, relatable teen characters I've had the pleasure of encountering. A must-have."—Sandhya Menon, New York Times bestselling author of When Dimple Met Rishi

"A true delight!"—Helen Hoang, USA Today bestselling author of The Kiss Quotient

"Sunny will easily endear herself to many readers."—Booklist

"Park smartly and honestly weaves Sunny's nuanced experience as a Korean American into a story that is ultimately about human identity in our advanced age of social networking."—Kirkus Reviews

"Suzanne Park smartly explores identity, specifically when it is intertwined with social insightful, pertinent and humorous novel."—Shelf Awareness

Also by Suzanne Park:

The Perfect Escape

Sunny Song Will Never Be Famous