Middle-grade veteran Donna Jo Napoli and award-winning illustrator David Wiesner are the talk of the town with their latest book, Fish Girl. They were featured in a glowing review in the New York Times Book Review, applauding their strong messages for young girls (and boys). Get ready to dive into this empowering story!
Thursday, March 30, 2017
Wednesday, March 22, 2017
Goldfish Ghost this May. While researching the book (which is heeelarious) I cam across Brown's website American Chickens which is a treasure trove of delights. There are fun interviews and and a look at some of her other work.
Thursday, March 16, 2017
I am so excited! Glass Houses is coming August 29th 2017.
“Today, leading up to the August 29th publication of Glass Houses, we’re starting a new feature on Gamache and Three Pines. This was prompted by many of you mentioning that while the books are very much crime novels, the most important elements have little to do with the actual crime. There’s a whole lot more going on, beneath the surface. So we thought it would be interesting to explore that. We’re taking each book and examining the major cultural inspirations behind it. The art, the literature, the music. Things and themes that reverberate through that novel, and through the characters, through the series. And where else would we start but where it all began: ‘Still Life’.”
This feature is awesome! I do love the mysteries; however I think I love the characters, town, side stories even more. The first post is on Still Life and is entitled Surprised By Joy...be forewarned you may need a hanky.