Peggy’s Impossible Tale reviewed in Quill & Quire

Peggy’s Impossible Tale by Roy and Slavia Miki has been reviewed in Quill & Quire. “Peggy’s adventures are charmingly depicted in Mariko Ando’s illustrations. To show that Peggy is (almost) scared to death by a cat, Ando draws her frozen in midair with her mouth agape and an X for an eye. Ando’s drawing of […]

Beep Beep Bubbie reviewed by the Jewish Book Council

Beep Beep Bubbie has been reviewed by the Jewish Book Council: “Over­com­ing fear of Bubbie’s scoot­er eas­es the way to over­com­ing oth­er asso­ci­at­ed anx­i­eties. Now the chil­dren are open to new rela­tion­ships; no need to be inhib­it­ed, for exam­ple, with a child in a wheel­chair — here is the pos­si­bil­i­ty of a new friend. Lit­er­a­ture is anoth­er use­ful tool for […]

Beep Beep Bubbie in the Ormsby Review

Beep Beep Bubbie by Bonnie Sherr Klein (text) and Élisabeth Eudes-Pascal has been reviewed in the Ormsby Review. “…Most importantly, Eudes-Pascal’s illustrations work with Klein’s words to normalize disability in a similar matter-of-fact manner. For example, the illustrations show that the family’s new friend Catherine has a wheelchair—and that she is just one of the children […]