After a busy Saturday, it's a quiet Sunday. Here are this weekend's remaining reviews:
Susie Wilde reviews picture books for children heading back to school--or going there for the very first time--in the Charlotte News & Observer.
Rochelle O'Gorman recommends a list of children's (adventure) audio for the Boston Globe.
The Middle of Somewhere, by J.B. Cheaney, is the Washington Post KidsPost Book of the Week.
If you happen to be in Edinburgh at the moment, Janet Christie reviews children's books featured at the Book Festival.
Oh! Nicolette Jones reviews Meg Rosoff's third novel for children, What I Was, for the Times. The review begins, "The narrator of Carnegie Medal winner Rosoff’s latest and perhaps most perfect novel..." How quickly can I get ahold of this book? (And, Amanda Craig reviews it too!)