Arab Fairy Tale Feasts reviewed in Publishers Weekly

From Publishers Weekly, 7 November: Written for an older demographic, Arab Fairy Tale Feasts (Crocodile, Sept., ages 8–12), written by Karim Alrawi and illustrated by Nahid Kazemi, is the fourth entry in the Fairy Tale Feasts literary cookbook series for tweens. Previous titles delved into Chinese, Jewish, and European traditions. Alrawi, a playwright whose earlier children’s books […]

Five-star review for Peggy’s Impossible Tale

Peggy’s Impossible Tale, written by Slavia Miki & Roy Miki and illustrated by Mariko Ando, has received a five-star review in the Canadian Review of Materials. “Peggy’s Impossible Tale is ideal for young readers just starting to read chapter books. It is told in the first person from Peggy’s point of view which gives readers […]

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 […]