EBYR All Over: December 18, 2015
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News from EBYR & Elsewhere
The Amazing Age of John Roy Lynch was included in the yearly New York Public Library list of “100 notable titles for reading and sharing” (look about 3/4 of the way down on the right). The article recommends the book as a “powerful Identity Narratives Biography about the life of one of the first Multicultural congressmen serving during Reconstruction.”
- Fur, Fins, and Feathers by Cassandre Maxwell was named one of the best nonfiction books of 2015 by The Nonfiction Detectives.
- I’m Right Here was featured in the WATER list of December book recommendations. The post describes the book as “[a] sweet tale of intergenerational sharing of loves and fears. A great way to teach children about the inevitability of death and the helpfulness of hope in muddling along together. A precious read.”
- Persephone was reviewed on the Rhapsody in Books blog. The reviewer gives the book four stars and says the story ” has a lot of appeal, and will no doubt inspire many questions from young readers . . . about origin stories, mythology generally, and even morality.”
Booklist reviewed the recently-created DVD for Brother Hugo and the Bear. The review notes the “gifted narrator” and well-matched sound effects and music as well as the concluding historical note that “adds factual information to the amusing tale.”
- Book People in Moscow, Idaho, published a reader review of Animal Beauty on their Facebook page. “I like this book a lot,” writes Audrey, a third grader. “I think that everyone should get this book and that it should be for all ages. Keep up the good work, author!”
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