- Liz Rosenberg reviews picture books for the very, very young (2 and up) for The Boston Globe. Titles considered include Can You Say Peace?, by Karen Katz, In the Fiddle Is a Song, by Durga Bernhard, and All in Just One Cookie, by Susan E. Goodman (illustrated by Timothy Bush).
- Zoe Hedges loves Eats, Shoots & Leaves: Why, Commas Really Do Make a Difference!, by Lynne Truss (illustrated by Bonnie Timmons). For the Guardian.
- The Top Ten Ways to Ruin the First Day of School, by Ken Derby, is the Washington Post's Book of the Week.
- The Monstrous Memoirs of a Mighty McFearless, by Ahmet Zappa, is the Times' Children's Book of the Week ("Undemanding but engagingly presented, it will surely appeal to children who love grossness.")
Sunday, August 27, 2006
Here's a roundup of reviews of children's books in the Sunday Papers: