News from EBYR & Elsewhere
The Blue Hour was featured in an Orange Marmalade collection of bedtime books: “This has to be the most stunning nighttime book I’ve seen. Every page is fit to be framed as a print for your walls.”
- Betsy Bird highlighted EBYR—and our new book I Like, I Don’t Like—in an article called “Celebrating Small Publishers.” Small presses, writes Bird, “are out there making a living, scrambling about, and generally filling in all those gaps the biggies ignore,” and books like I Like, I Don’t Like “make the world a better place.”
- Three new EBYR titles—Sam in Winter; Lion, King, and Coin; and Grandfather Whisker’s Table—were featured in the Children’s Book Council’s “Hot Off the Press” collection for May.
- The War within These Walls was included in The Whole Megillah‘s list of the best books for young readers about the Holocaust.
- The Queen of the Frogs was reviewed on the Chat with Vera blog.