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Books I read in 2010

Cover of "Usagi Yojimbo, Book 1: The Roni...

Cover of Usagi Yojimbo, Book 1: The Ronin

I thought I had read very little the past year but this isn’t bad.  158 titles, depending on your judgment of what a ‘real’ book is.

I put in bold the titles I especially liked.

Juvenile Fiction  (Listed alphabetically by title)

  1. Adventures of Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey
  2. Andrew Lost: In the Garden by J. C. Greenburg
  3. Andrew Lost: On the Dog by J. C. Greenburg
  4. Aphrodite the Beauty by Joan Holub
  5. Artemis Fowl by Eion Colfer
  6. Bargain Bride by Evelyn Lampman
  7. Beast by Donna Jo Napoli
  8. Belly Up by Stuart Gibbs
  9. Best Halloween Ever by Barbara Robinson
  10. Bunnicula by Deborah and James Howe
  11. Cam Jansen and the School Play Mystery by David A. Adler
  12. Coraline by Neil Gaiman (Newbery)
  13. Criss Cross by Lynne Rae Perkins (Newbery)
  14. Crunch by Leslie Connor
  15. Danny Dunn, Scientific Detective by Jay Williams (rereading)
  16. Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney
  17. Dolphins at Daybreak by Mary Pope Osborne
  18. Don’t Sit On My Lunch by Abby Klein
  19. Dragon Magic by Andre Norton (rereading)
  20. Escape  to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
  21. Fairy’s Return by Gail Carson Levine
  22. Frognapped by Angie Sage
  23. Good Masters!  Sweet Ladies! by Laura Amy Schlitz (Newbery)
  24. Guys Read: Funny Business  edited by Jon Scieszka
  25. House of Dolls by Francesca Lia Block
  26. Iron Ring by Lloyd Alexander
  27. Joey Pigza Swallowed the Key by Jack Gantos
  28. Knights of the Kitchen Table by Jon Scieszka
  29. Knucklehead by Jon Scieszka
  30. Light Maze by Joan North
  31. Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
  32. Miss Daisy is Crazy by Dan Gutman
  33. My Life as a Book by Janet Tashjian
  34. Nim’s Island by Wendy Orr
  35. Pharaoh’s Daughter by Julius Lester
  36. Skate Park Challenge by Jake Maddox
  37. 39 Clues: Maze of Bones by Rick Riordan
  38. Tail of Emily Windsnap by Liz Kessler
  39. Uncle Pirate by Douglas Rees
  40. When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead (Newbery)
  41. White Captives by Evelyn Sibley Lampman (rereading)
  42. Worry Web Site by Jacqueline Wilson

Teen & Adult Fiction  (listed by author surname)

  1. Ideal Wife by Mary Balogh
  2. Uncommon Reader by Alan Bennett
  3. Geektastic edited by Holly Black and Cecil Castellucci
  4. Thuvia, Maid of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs  (rereading)
  5. Queen of Babble by Meg Cabot
  6. Original Miss Honeyford by Marion Chesney
  7. Our Lady of Pain by Marion Chesney
  8. Building of Jalna by Mazo De La Roche
  9. Bite (anthology)  Laurell K. Hamilton et. al.
  10. Dead and Gone by Charlaine Harris
  11. From Dead to Worse by Charlaine Harris
  12. Unfinished Clue by Georgette Heyer
  13. To Seduce a Sinner by Elizabeth Hoyt
  14. To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt
  15. Breaking Dawn by Stephenie Meyer
  16. Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer
  17. Christmas Wish by Betty Neels
  18. Edge of Winter by Betty Neels
  19. Romantic Encounter by Betty Neels
  20. My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult – post 1, post 2
  21. Under Gemini by Rosamunde Pilcher
  22. Dancing in Midnight by Julia Quinn
  23. Vampire Kisses by Ellen Schreiber
  24. Androids are Coming.  edited by Robert Silverberg.
  25. The New Girl by R. L. Stine
  26. Peeps by Scott Westerfeld
  27. Watch Your Back by Donald E. Westlake
  28. What’s the Worst that Could Happen by Donald E. Westlake

Comics (Listed alphabetically by title)

  1. Anita Blake: Guilty Pleasures by Laurell K. Hamilton, Stacie Ritchie #1
  2. Anne Frank by Sidney Jacobson
  3. Babymouse: Queen of the World by Matthew & Jennifer Holm
  4. Bachelor Prince by Debbie Macomber, Misao Hoshiai
  5. Batman: Crime Time by Bill Matheny
  6. Black and White by David MacAuly (Caldecott Medal)
  7. Black Bird by Kanoko Sakurakoji #1
  8. Bleach by Tite Kubo #1, #2, #3
  9. Bone: The Dragonslayer by Jeff Smith #4
  10. Bone: Out from Boneville by Jeff Smith #1 (rereading)
  11. Bone: Eyes of the Storm by Jeff Smith #3
  12. Bram Stoker’s Dracula by Michael Burgen, Jose Alfonso Ocampo Ruiz
  13. Breaking Up by Aimee Friedman
  14. Butteflies, Flowers by Yuki Yoshihara #1
  15. City of Light, City of Dark by Avi
  16. Copper by Kazu Kibuishi
  17. Empowered by Adam Warren #1
  18. Fall in Love Like a Comic by Chitose Yagami #1, #2
  19. Foiled by Jane Yolen, Mike Cavallaro
  20. Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya #1, #2, #3
  21. Geisha by Andi Watson
  22. Ghostopolis by Doug TenNapel
  23. In Odd We Trust by , Dean Koontz, Queenie Chan
  24. Justice League Unlimited: United We Stand by Adam Beechen
  25. Other Side by  Istvan Banyai (wordless)
  26. Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto #1, #2, #3
  27. Peach Fuzz by Lindsay Chibos, Jared Hodges #1, #2, #3
  28. Plain Janes by Cecil Castellucci, Jim Rugg
  29. Robot Dreams by Sara Varon
  30. Scooby-Doo in The Agony of De Feet! by Robbie Busch
  31. Scott Pilgrim: Precious Little Life by Bryan Lee O’Malley
  32. Shinobi Life by Shoko Konami #1
  33. Spider-Girl: Touch of Venom by Tom Defalco
  34. Spider-Girl: Bedeviled by Tom Defalco
  35. Spider-Girl: Fun and Games with the Fantastic Five by Tom Defalco
  36. Stepping on Roses by Rinko Ueda #1, #2
  37. Stitches by David Small
  38. Tail of the Moon by Rinko Ueda #1
  39. Tiny Titans: Welcome to the Treehouse by Art Baltazar
  40. Twilight by Stephenie Meyer, Young Kim
  41. Usagi Yojimbo: The Ronin by Stan Sakai #1
  42. Usagi Yojimbo: The Samurai by Stan Sakai #2
  43. W.I.T.C.H. : Between Light and Dark #4
  44. Zebrafish by Sharon Emerson
  45. Zinc Alloy vs. Frankenstein by Donald Lemke

Nonfiction  (listed alphabetically by author surname)

  1. Time Traveller Book of Rome and Romans by Heather Amery (rereading)
  2. Caribbean Pirates by George Beahm
  3. Sandman Companion by Hy Bender
  4. Medium Raw by Anthony Bourdain
  5. Past Imperfect edited by Mark C. Carnes (rereading)
  6. What Do Illustrators Do? by Eileen Christelow
  7. Don’t Know Much About the Pilgrims by Kenneth Davis
  8. Philosophy of Horror by Thomas Fahy
  9. How to Talk to Your Dog by Jean Craighead George
  10. How to Talk to Your Cat by Jean Craighead George
  11. Art of the Comic Strip by Shirley Glubok
  12. Online Kids by Preston Gralla
  13. Ultimate Indoor Games Book by Veronika Gunter
  14. We Gotta Have It by Esther Iverem
  15. Talking about Detective Fiction by P. D. James
  16. Dark Game: True Spy Stories by Paul Janeczko
  17. Mistakes that Worked by Charlotte Jones (rereading)
  18. 5001 Nights at the Movies by Pauline Kael
  19. True-Or-False Book of Cats by Patricia Lauber
  20. You Wouldn’t Want to be a Roman Gladiator! by John Malam
  21. Weird U.S. by Mark Moran
  22. Organizing from the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern
  23. Pick Me Up by Jeremy Leslie, David Roberts
  24. Write Your Own Graphic Novel by Natalie Rosinsky
  25. So You Want to Be President? by Judith St. George, David Small (Caldecott Medal)
  26. So You Want to Be an Inventor? by Judith St. George
  27. Smart Aleck’s Guide to American History by Adam Selzer
  28. Swords, Spears, and Sandals: The Story of the Roman Legions by Richard Suskind
  29. Great Shark Stories by Valerie Taylor
  30. Paperfolding to Begin With by Florence Temko (rereading)
  31. Girls Think of Everything:  Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women by Catherine Thimmesh
  32. Whatcha Mean, What’s a Zine? by Mark Todd
  33. Read-Aloud Handbook by Jim Trelease
  34. Story of Three Whales by Giles Whittell

Books I read in June 2010

Cover of "Thuvia, Maid of Mars"

Cover of Thuvia, Maid of Mars

Picture Books

  • Manatee Winter by Kathleen Zoehfeld
  • Tiki Tiki Tembo by Arlene Mosel
  • Cowboy and Octopus by Jon Scieszka
  • Way Down Deep in the Deep Blue Sea by Jan Peck
  • Loud Emily by Alex O’Neill
  • Harry’s Box by Angela McAllister

Manatee Winter is touching without being heavy-handed.  Worth reading if you want to garner sympathy for manatees.  Cowboy and Octopus is funny, especially if read aloud.  Loud Emily is nice for girls or boys who are always being shushed.

Fiction

  • Escape  to Witch Mountain by Alexander Key
  • Thuvia, Maid of Mars by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • The Androids are Coming.  Edited by Robert Silverberg.

Order of the Arrow was violent and thoroughly repulsive.  Escape to Witch Mountain was easy reading, though very outdated.  Thuvia, Maid of Mars was pleasure that I refuse to feel guilt for.  It was so much fun reading it again after all these years.  It’s a simple love story with several frays thrown in for good measure.  The Androids are Coming – inquiry into what it means to be human.

Comics

  • Stitches by David Small
  • Naruto by Masashi Kishimoto #1, #2
  • Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya #1, #2
  • Bleach by Tite Kubo #1, #2, #3
  • Foiled by Jane Yolen  & Mike Cavallaro
  • Robot Dreams by Sara Varon
  • The Dragonslayer by Jeff Smith
  • Plain Janes by Cecil Castellucci & Jim Rugg
  • Fall in Love Like a Comic by Chitose Yagami #1 & #2
  • Black Bird by Kanoko Sakurakoji #1
  • Tail of the Moon by Rinko Ueda #1
  • Shinobi Life by Shoko Konami #1

Lots of good comics this month.

Stitches was painful and exhilarating and ugly and beautiful.  It’s the horrible story of David Small’s childhood.  It reminded me of A Child Called It but with a poetic touch.  It ends quietly and triumphantly; I am grateful that I read it.

I’m reading 3 bestselling series:  Bleach, Naruto and Fruits Basket.  I’m liking Bleach best but the other two are entertaining as well.

Foiled by Jane Yolen is deceptively simple.  It’s about a young fencer who discovers she’s living in the midst of a fantasy world. I plan to buy it and reread it more carefully.  I want there to be a sequel.

Robot Dreams is wordless story of friendship between a dog and robot.  Not my favorite but there was nothing wrong with it.  With the Dragonslayer, Jeff Smith is getting a little less exuberant.  I wish things would stay small and funny and not veer into high fantasy.  Plain Janes tried to hard for me but I have nothing against young people challenging the status quo through art.

Black Bird is a story of a bird demon who falls in love with a human girl who is pursued by denizens of the supernatural world.  Tail of the Moon is a perky story of a clumsy ninjette who needs to marry a ninja leader to satisfy her family honor.  Shinobi Life is a fun story of a time traveling ninja who believes he’s found his princess in the person of a raucous contemporary girl.  All three please me enormously and I plan to collect all of them.

Books I read in May 2010

I don’t think this is all I read in May but it’s all I have noted.

Stars Beneath Your Bed is a cool concept the dust you sweep away has been part of the stars but it was as dry as, well, dust.

There is a Bird on Your Head got a three year old to declare it was a funny book.

I can see why my elementary kids snap up the Araminta Spookie books – they are wacky and fast moving.

Dancing at Midnight was both sweetly romantic and unpleasant and unnerving.  Not sure where I stand on it.

I enjoyed the chapter in the Great Shark Stories of the account by the scientist who studied sharks the most.

The Ultimate Indoor Games Book is excellent.  Good games, well thought out.

The Ronin – the artwork is a little bit cramped in this early work and the story is more distance than it will be later.  Even with these quibbles, it’s still the best samurai action story in print.

Easy Readers

Minnie and Moo Go to Paris by Denys Cazet

Stars Beneath Your Bed: The Surprising Story of Dust by April Sayre

There is a Bird on Your Head by Mo Willems

Juvenile Fiction

Frognapped by Angie Sage

In the Garden by J. C. Greenburg

Fiction

Dancing in Midnight by Julia Quinn

Romantic Encounter by Betty Neels

Under Gemini by Rosamunde Pilcher

Nonfiction

Past Imperfect edited by Mark C. Carnes

Greak Shark Stories by Valerie Taylor

The Ultimate Indoor Games Book by Veronika Gunter

Graphic Novels

Usagi Yojimbo: The Ronin by Stan Sakai 1

Usagi Yojimbo: The Samurai by Stan Sakai 2

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Books I read in April 2010

Bargain Bride was a surprisingly entertaining novel about a very young woman struggling to survive in Oregon.  Babymouse: Queen of the World was cute story about a mouse gaining integrity but not as remarkable as I had been lead to believe.  I was charmed by The Worry Web Site in which student type out their worries anonymously and their teacher helps them solve their problems.  It was much lighter in tone than it could have been and for which I was thankful.

Old Pig is the best picture book about death I’ve ever read.  It’s painful and soothing at the same time.  And the watercolors are just perfect.  Ella, Of Course is a delightful tale about girl who loves her umbrella.  Sheep is a Shop is a funny book and I loved how it was resolved.  Bug City is weird but cool.  I adore Peggy Rathman and Officer and Goldie is just right as a funny, touching story.  Black and White is more of a graphic novel than a picture book and worth reading although I can’t sum it up well.

  • Babymouse: Queen of the World by Matthew & Jennifer Holm. (graphic novel)
  • Spider-Girl: Bedeviled by Tom Defalco (graphic novel)
  • Bargain Bride by Evelyn Lampman (juvenile novel)
  • The Worry Web Site by Jacqueline Wilson (j)

Picture Books

  • Old Pig by Margaret Wild and Ron Brooks (p)
  • Ella, Of Course by Sarah Weeks (p)
  • Joe on the Go by Peggy Anderson (p)
  • The Wedding by Iza Trapani, Eve Bunting (p)
  • Goldilicious by Victoria Kann (p)
  • Max and the Chocolate Chicken by Rosemary Wells (p)
  • Sheep in a Shop by  Nancy Shaw (p)
  • Sheep Out to Eat by Nancy Shaw (p)
  • Bug City by Dahlov Ipcar (p)
  • Silver Rain Brown by Mary-Claire Helldorfer (p)
  • My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson, art by Penny Dale (p)
  • Psst! by Adam Rex (p)
  • Jazzmatazz by Stephanie Calmenson (p)
  • Little Pea by Amy Rosenthal (p)
  • Burger Boy by Alan Durant (p)
  • Letters from a Desperate Dog by Eileen Christelow (p)
  • Ruby the Copycat by Peggy Rathmann (p)
  • Officer and Goldie by Peggy Rathmann (Caldecott art)
  • Saint George and the Dragon by Margaret Hodges (Caldecott art by Trina Schart Hyman)
  • Black and White by David MacAuly (Caldecott art)
  • Golem by David Wisniewski (Caldecott art)
  • Joseph Had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback (Caldecott art)
  • So You Want to Be President? by Judith St. George & David Small (Caldecott art)
  • The Three Pigs by  David Wiesner (Caldecott art)
  • My Friend Rabbit by Eric Rohmann (Caldecott art)
  • Kitten’s First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes (Caldecott art)
  • Hello, Goodbye Window by Norton Juster & Chris Raschka  (Caldecott art)
  • Flotsam by David Wiesner (Caldecott art)

Links

Statistics male and female in children’s lit awards. link

Books I read in March 2010

Short month of blogging there. Mixed bag here but at least I read some full novels this month.

Picture Books

Not a Box about a rabbit/child who is playing with a box and becomes increasingly annoyed with the staid viewpoint of the adult questioner. It’s funny and impertinent.  Diary of a Spider is light-hearted tale of a girl spider and her daily life.  Really Rabbits is about housekeeping bunnies and is adorable with a kind of low-key humor.The Snowglobe Family is about a family of humans and a family living within the snowglobe.  It is an unusual story and done well, I thought.  The Man Who Walked Between the Towers is bittersweet and beautiful and is really a short story for adults.  I can’t imagine a kid liking it.

Chapter Books

I did like the few facts about hockey that wriggled into Don’t Sit on My Lunch.

Graphic Novels

Fun & Games with Fantastic Five had an annoying concept, in a parallel universe, Mary Jane and Peter Parker have a super daughter.  Touch of Venom – the story had Venom taking over Spider-Girl’s father and attacking her which was much better.  However, there were obvious short-cuts in the artwork and that dragged it down.

I liked Witch – these are cute stories with top-notch Disney art.  Peach Fuzz was best when focused on the ego-centric ferritt.

Teen and Adult Novels

Criss Cross was a bit stagnant but I think that was the point of the book and Artemis Fowl had an ending that cheated.

I really liked Peeps – the chapters on parasites were fun.  Watch Your Back – the kid is introduced in this one which made it extra fun.

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Books I read in February 2010

Cover of "When the Sky is Like Lace"

Cover of When the Sky is Like Lace

For the picture books: Martha is much better as a TV show than it is a picture book.  Giggle, Giggle Quack is truly funny rather than just cute.  More, More, More, etc. is a very cute bedtime story.   When the Sky is Like Lace is a picture I loved, loved when I was a kid.  I bet it’s out-of-print but it’s a quirky, poetic, magic book.

For the graphic novels:  Geisha didn’t do much for me because I’m not into action comics anymore.  I liked Breaking Up, it’s got a Penny and Aggie vibe.  The rest are superhero comics and well enough for what they are.

For the juvenile books:  Bunnicula and Captain Underpants are both treats and I’m glad I finally read them.   Funny stuff.

Been reading Newbery Medal books which are beautifully written but low on the humor.  Riordan’s first Percy Jackson book proved to be crammed with magic and heroism and bad guys.  I can understand why kids love it.

Juvenile Books

  • Nim’s Island by Wendy Orr
  • Good Masters!  Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village by Laura Amy Schlitz, ill. Robert Byrd (Newbery winner)
  • Bunnicula by Deborah and James Howe
  • Criss Cross by Lynne Rae Perkins (Newbery winner)
  • Don’t Sit On My Lunch by Abby Klein
  • The Adventures of Captain Underpants by Dav Pilkey
  • Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan

Graphic Novels

  • Geisha by Andi Watson (graphic novel)
  • Tiny Titans: Welcome to the Treehouse by Art Baltazar (graphic novel)
  • Breaking Up by Aimee Friedman (graphic novel)
  • Justice League Unlimited: United We Stand by Adam Beechen (graphic novel)

Picture & Board Books

  • When the Sky is Like Lace by Elinor Lander Horwitz, ill. Barbara Cooney
  • 10, 9, 8 by Molly Bang
  • Froggy Eats Out by Jonathan London
  • Perfectly Martha by Susan Meddaugh
  • Princess Bess Gets Dressed by Margery Cuyler
  • Giggle, Giggle, Quack by Doreen Cronin
  • Olivia’s Opposites by Ian Falconer
  • More, More, More, More said the Baby by Vera B. William
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Books I read in January 2010

  1. To Seduce a Sinner by Elizabeth Hoyt
  2. To Beguile a Beast by Elizabeth Hoyt
  3. Organizing from the Inside Out by Julie Morgenstern
  4. Danny Dunn, Scientific Detective by Jay Williams
  5. Bachelor Prince by Debbie Macomber (manga)
  6. My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult – post 1, post 2
  7. We Gotta Have It by Esther Iverem
  8. Empowered vol. 1 by Adam Warren (graphic novel)
  9. Sandman Companion by Hy Bender
  10. Coraline by Neil Gaiman
  11. Ideal Wife by Mary Balogh
  12. Beast by Donna Jo Napoli
  13. In Odd We Trust by Queenie Chan & Dean Koontz
  14. Pharaoh’s Daughter by Julius Lester

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Books I Read in December 2009

  1. To Taste Temptation by Elizabeth Hoyt
  2. The Chain of Destiny by Betty Neels

The next couple of books in the Elizabeth Hoyt series are pretty good.  Temptation was just OK.

Oddly enough, I finished one book and and am nearly done with two others just today.  Maybe that bodes well.

Books I read in November 2009

1. All Together Dead by Charlaine Harris
2. Getting Rid of Bradley by Jennifer Crusie
3. California Demon by Julie Kenner
4. Juniper by Monica Furlong

I was busy last month and it’s evident that I didn’t spend my free time reading.

Sookie continues to walk a morally questionable path.  It helps that everyone she associates with has no conscience whatsoever.  It’s interesting to see how she’s changed.  I have a suspicion that she wouldn’t go back to her morally sound and uneventful life, even if she could.

Getting Rid of Bradley – It was fine.  Not one of my favorites but it’s hard to out and out dislike Crusie.

California Demon – Very perky.  Imagine a first season Buffy Summers as a soccer mom/demon killer.  Lots of fun to read.

Juniper – Fairly serious magical girl story.  I liked it quite a lot, especially since the protagonist’s fate was not what I expected.  I need to read Wise Child now.

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Books I read in October 2009

Cover of "Kaleidoscope"
Cover of Kaleidoscope

1 graphic novel.  I enjoyed Werewolf of Fever Swamp and Scarecrow Walks at Midnight was eerie.  The artwork for The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena didn’t appeal to me as it seemed overly busy.

2 picture books.  Soma’s Ladybug Girl was very perky and fun but Zin! Zin! Zin! didn’t strike me as remarkable.

5 nonfiction books.  Weird Kentucky was enormous fun from beginning to end.  The other four had useful information.

2 biographical books.  Harris’ Klimt is a coffee table book and it is charming to look at.  Clapp’s biography of Elizabeth Blackwell was very readable and makes me curious to learn more.  Blackwell was remarkable to say the least.

1 children’s fiction.  I had long wanted to read Nesbit’s Wet Magic and while it doesn’t replace Enchanted Castle in my heart.

2 adult fiction.  Kaleidoscope, the sequel to The Clairvoyant Countess, was published 15 years later and has a much grimmer tone.  Definitely Dead was kind of depressing but took care of some dangling plot threads.

  1. Definitely Dead by Charlaine Harris
  2. Weird Kentucky by Jeffrey Scott Holland
  3. Zin! Zin! Zin! A Violin! by Lloyd Moss
  4. Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy by David Soma
  5. Greatest Gift Guide Ever by Judith King
  6. Damn! Why Didn’t I Write That? by Marc McCutcheon
  7. Wet Magic by E. Nesbit
  8. FamilyFun’s Parties edited by Deanna F. Cook
  9. Great Theme Parties for Children by Irene N. Watts
  10. Kaleidoscope by Dorothy Gilman
  11. Creepy Creatures by R. L. Stine (Gabriel Hernandez artist for “The Werewolf of Fever Swamp,” Greg Ruth artist for “The Scarecrow Walks at Midnight,” Scott Morse artist for “The Abominable Snowman of Pasadena.”)
  12. The Life and Works of Gustav Klimt by Nathaniel Harris
  13. Dr. Elizabeth: A Biography of the First Woman Doctor by Patricia Clapp
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