- Amy Krouse Rosenthal considers Cinderella (As if You Didn’t Already Know the Story),
written and illustrated by Barbara Ensor.
- Regina Marler reviews Angelmonster, by Veronica Bennett (" succeeds best in conveying the tumbling emotions of her forced maturity and her intense, ill-omened love")
- J.D. Biersdorfer reviews Emily Gravett's Wolves ("What makes “Wolves” most entertaining, however, is its design")
- Stephanie Deutsch interviews Katherine Paterson and reviews Bread and Roses, Too. The first chapter of Bread and Roses, Too is also available on the site.
- This week's Bookshelf, written by Julie Just, is devoted to children's books.
Saturday, September 09, 2006
NYT Book Review
The New York Times reviews many a children's book this weekend in the Book Review. Here's a list of the reviews: