Make Way for Ducklings
- Green Eggs and Salmonella? Green, Abigail // Smithsonian;Jun2010, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p92
In this article, the author discusses violence in children's illustrated books from "Grimm's Fairy Tales" to Dr. Seuss's "Green Eggs and Ham." The author cites mayhem, attempted murder, and parental negligence in several popular children's stories. The father duck is accused of being a deadbeat...
- Robert McCloskey 1914-2003. // Publishers Weekly;7/7/2003, Vol. 250 Issue 27, p21
Pays tribute to Robert McCloskey, author-illustrator of children's books, who died on June 30, 2003. Success of his book 'Make Way for Ducklings'; Information on other books he published; Contribution to the book industry.
- A Love Letter To Robert McCloskey. // Horn Book Magazine;Jul/Aug91, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p389
The author reflects on Robert McCloskey's book "Make Way for Ducklings," and how McCloskey has protected the book from the commercialism that has taken over the children's book industry. The author argues that the children's book industry has become too commercialized and is motivated purely by...
- DREAM TOWN. // Kirkus Reviews;2/15/2006, Vol. 74 Issue 4, p187
The article reviews the book "Dream Town," by Michelle Markel and illustrated by Rick Reese.
- Emma in Paris. Kindig, Joan // School Library Journal;Feb2014, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p72
The article reviews the book "Emma in Paris" written and illustrated by Claire Frossard.
- Dream Town. Dean, Kara Schaff // School Library Journal;Jun2006, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p122
Reviews the book "Dream Town," by Michelle Markel and illustrated by Rick Reese.
- Phooey! // Kirkus Reviews;11/15/2007, Vol. 75 Issue 22, Special Section p18
The article reviews the book "Phooey!," written and illustrated by Marc Rosenthal.
- My New Orleans: Knowing Cities with Picture Books. ZINGHER, GARY // School Library Monthly;Feb2014, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p42
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- Secret Stratford: Shakespeare's Hometown in Recent Young Adult Fiction. Greenhalgh, Susanne // Critical Survey;Summer2012, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p22
In a number of recent novels for the young, Stratford serves as location for at least part of the action, its landmarks invested with both narrative and thematic significance. These versions appear influenced by aspects of contemporary scholarship, particularly new data about visits from theatre...