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Review of Becoming Beatriz

Becoming Beatriz by Tami Charles High School    Charlesbridge Teen    262 pp.    g 9/19    978-1-58089-778-5    $17.99 Charles (Like Vanessa, rev. 3/18) presents the story of an Afro–Puerto Rican teen, Beatriz Mendez, who is torn between her own desire to be a dancer and the expectations of her blood and chosen families...
      

Review of People Share with People

People Share with People by Lisa Wheeler; illus. by Molly Idle Preschool    Atheneum    40 pp. 9/19    978-1-5344-2559-0    $17.99 e-book ed.  978-1-5344-2560-6    $10.99 The team behind People Don’t Bite People (rev. 3/18) presents another useful and engaging toddler-skills picture-book primer in rhyme, with child-friendly examples and Idle’s dynamic, appealing illustrations to...
      

Review of Guts

Guts by Raina Telgemeier; illus. by the author; color by Braden Lamb Intermediate    Graphix/Scholastic    215 pp.    g 9/19    978-0-545-85251-7    $24.99 Paper ed.  978-0-545-85250-0    $12.99 e-book ed.  978-0-545-85253-1    $7.99 In this graphic memoir chronicling her fourth-grade year, Telgemeier (Smile; Sisters, rev. 11/14) shares her childhood experiences with anxiety. A bout with...
      

Review of Beverly, Right Here

 Beverly, Right Here by Kate DiCamillo Intermediate, Middle School    Candlewick    243 pp.    g 9/19    978-0-7636-9464-7    $16.99 In this companion volume to DiCamillo’s Raymie Nightingale (rev. 3/16) and Louisiana’s Way Home (rev. 9/18) — together the books make up a trilogy in which DiCamillo introduces three girls, each meeting individual challenges...
      

Review of At the Mountain’s Base

At the Mountain’s Base by Traci Sorell; illus. by Weshoyot Alvitre Preschool, Primary    Kokila/Penguin    32 pp.    g 9/19    978-0-7352-3060-6    $17.99 In a cabin at the base of a mountain, multiple generations of Cherokee women await the return of their daughter/sister/mother/granddaughter, who is piloting a plane during wartime somewhere far away....
      

Review of The Parrot and the Merchant: A Tale by Rumi

The Parrot and the Merchant: A Tale by Rumi retold by Marjan Vafaeian; illus. by the author; 
trans. from the Persian by Azita Rassi Primary    Tiny Owl    32 pp. 5/19    978-1-910328-03-3    $16.99 Mah Jahan, a wealthy Persian merchant, collects birds during her travels, keeping them “in cages or chains so...
      

Review of The Miracle & Tragedy 
of the Dionne Quintuplets

The Miracle & Tragedy 
of the Dionne Quintuplets by Sarah Miller Middle School, High School    
Schwartz & Wade/Random    309 pp.    8/19    978-1-5247-1381-2    $17.99 Library ed.  978-1-5247-1382-9    $20.99 e-book ed.  978-1-5247-1383-6    $10.99 The “miracle” referred to in the title was of course the birth of the five identical Dionne sisters in...
      

Review of The Language of Fire: Joan of Arc Reimagined

The Language of Fire: Joan of Arc Reimagined by Stephanie Hemphill High School    Balzer + Bray/HarperCollins    495 pp. 6/19    978-0-06-249011-7    $17.99 In this engrossing first-person, present-tense verse novel, Hemphill (Your Own, Sylvia, rev. 3/07; Hideous Love, rev. 9/13) reimagines the fifteenth-century life of French martyr Joan of Arc. Readers follow...
      

Editorial: My Friend Susan Bloom (September/October 2019)

I have my own version of the Anthony Browne story Cathie Mercier tells on page 26 in commemorating her great colleague and friend Susan P. Bloom, who died on June 7th at the age of eighty. In my version, it is the summer of 1989 and I am at Boston's...
      

Review of The King of Kindergarten

The King of Kindergarten by Derrick Barnes; illus. by Vanessa Brantley-Newton Preschool    Paulsen/Penguin    32 pp.    g 7/19    978-1-5247-4074-0    $17.99 e-book ed.  978-1-5247-4075-7    $10.99 In a series of vignettes, Barnes (Crown, rev. 11/17) follows a boy on his first day of big-kid school. Dubbed the “King of Kindergarten” by his mother,...

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