Sunday, September 18, 2005

Okay. How long will we in the U.S. have to wait for Geraldine McCaughrean's The White Darkness and Helen Dunmore's Ingo? These two books seem to be U.K. standouts this year. Kate Kellaway writes for the Guardian,

"It is extremely hard to get the tone right for children, harder still with teenagers. This summer, I read boxloads of books for teenagers and older children. Of these, there were two outstanding novels."