Here are this weekend's reviews. Enjoy!
Liz Rosenberg considers four new picture books for The Boston Globe.
Diane Samuels reviews Sharon Creech's The Castle Corona in the Guardian.
Mal Peet considers Sally Nicholls's Ways To Live Forever for the Guardian.
Susan Faust reviews Gary D. Schmidt's The Wednesday Wars for The San Francisco Chronicle.
Profile Alert: Katy Muldoon talks to Beverly Cleary for The Oregonian.
Broken Soup, by Jenny Valentine, is the Times' Children's Book of the Week.
Mary Harris Russell reviews five new children's books for the Chicago Tribune, including The Search for the Red Dragon, by James A. Owen
In this week's Not-a-Review Category: National Ambassador for Young People's Literature Jon Scieszka talks about getting kids into books in the New York Daily News.
Jim Slotek recommends some classics in the Winnipeg Sun.
Susan Perren reviews five new children's books for the Globe and Mail, including Rosemary Wells's newest, Mother Goose's Little Treasures.
Andre Swoboda reviews Peter Sis's The Wall for The Montreal Gazette.
Deb Norman reviews mice and pig books for The Indianapolis Star.
Hillary Rhodes reviews Valentine Books for the Salt Lake Tribune.