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  1. The Arbuthnot Anthology of Children's Literature (1961)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  2. [+]
    Autumn Books for Young People (51 Reviews)
    Legacy of the Four Hundred
    1. The Mother Goose Treasury by Raymond Briggs
    2. Theodore by Edward Ormondroyd
    3. Keep Your Mouth Closed, Dear by Aliki
    4. Who Was Tricked? by James Cloyd Bowman
    5. Big Sister and Little Sister by Charlotte Zolotow
    6. Circus by Beatrice S. de Regniers
    7. Why the Sun Was Late by Benjamin Elkin
    8. Black and White by David Arkin
    9. The Story of Hanukkah by Norma Simon
    10. Taro and the Sea Turtles by Arnold Dobrin
    11. Kick, Pass, and Run by Leonard Kessler
    12. Round About the City
    13. Eddie the Dog Holder by Carolyn Haywood
    14. You Will Live Under the Sea by Fred B. Phleger and Marjorie Phleger
    15. High-Rise Secret by Lois Lenski
    16. Ponies of Mykillengi by Lonzo Anderson
    17. Jenny by Gene Inyart Namovicz
    18. Pick a Peck of Puzzles by Arnold Roth
    19. The Chemistry of a Lemon by A. Harris Stone
    20. Thanksgiving--Feast and Festival by Mildred Luckhardt
    21. Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Denmark by Virginia Haviland
    22. Zlateh the Goat and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    23. The First Book of Facts and How to Find Them by David C. Whitney
    24. The Mummy Market by Nancy B. Brelis
    25. The Strange Light by James Reeves
    26. The Art of Ancient Peru by Shirley Glubok
    27. The Seventeenth-Street Gang by Emily C. Neville
    28. A Book of Witches by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    29. Eagle Mask: A West Coast Indian Tale by James A. Houston
    30. Long Ago When I Was Young by E. Nesbit
    31. Kallie's Corner by Alice Low
    32. Colonel Sheperton's Clock by Philip Turner
    33. Rodin by Elizabeth Ripley
    34. Mustang: Wild Spirit of the West by Marguerite Henry
    35. Troublemaker by Alberta Armer
    36. Second-Hand Family by Richard Parker
    37. God and His People by Harold Bossage
    38. And Forever Free by James S. Williamson
    39. The Hollywood Kid by Maia Wojciechowska
    40. From Colony to Nation by Olga W. Hall-Quest
    41. The Curse of the Viking Grave by Farley Mowat
    42. Raven's Cry by Christie Harris
    43. Lapland Outlaw by Arthur Catherall
    44. Creating with Plaster by Dona Z. Meilach
    45. The King's Fifth by Scott O'Dell
    46. Tomorrow's Children by Isaac Asimov
    47. Lions in the Way by Bella Rodman
    48. Women's Rights by Olivia E. Coolidge
    49. The Adventure of Man by Arthur S. Gregor
    50. The Silver Swan: Poems of Romance and Mystery by Horace Gregory and Marya Zaturenska
    51. What's the Market? by James Playsted Wood
    The Saturday Review, November 12, 1966, pp. 43-54
  3. The Best in Children's Books (1973)
  4. [+]
    Book for Young People (15 Reviews)
    Small Countries, Big Projects
    1. We Never Get to Do Anything by Martha Alexander
    2. Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs
    3. Little Silk by Jacqueline Ayer
    4. The Seventh Mandarin by Jane Yolen
    5. Be Nice to Josephine by Betty F. Horvath
    6. Satchkin Patchkin by Helen Axford Morgan
    7. The Wonderful Story of How You Were Born by Sidonie Matsner Gruenberg
    8. Sarah Somebody by Florence Slobodkin
    9. Look Through My Window by Jean Little
    10. Russian Ballet School by Leon A. Harris
    11. The Loner by Bianca Bradbury
    12. Franklin Delano Roosevelt by Wilson Sullivan
    13. Beyond the Weir Bridge by Hester Burton
    14. Beyond Diplomacy by Richard J. Walton
    15. The Honours Board by Pamela Hansford Johnson
    The Saturday Review, October 24, 1970, pp. 66-67
  5. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Stories for a Christmas Morning
    1. The Homework Caper by Joan M. Lexau
    2. Mommy, Buy Me a China Doll by Harve Zemach
    3. Sarah and Simon and No Red Paint by Edward Ardizzone
    4. Sea Beach Express by George Panetta
    5. Shaw's Fortune by Edwin Tunis
    6. The Fireside Book of Children's Songs by Marie Winn
    7. White Bird by Clyde Robert Bulla
    8. The Kelpie's Pearls by Mollie Hunter
    9. The Bayeux Tapestry by Norman Denny and Josephine Filmer-Sankey
    10. Chancy and the Grand Rascal by Sid Fleischman
    11. Devil-in-the-Fog by Leon Garfield
    12. Looking at Art by Alice Elizabeth Chase
    13. Up a Road Slowly by Irene Hunt
    14. The Falcon and the Dove by Alfred Leo Duggan
    The Saturday Review, December 10, 1966, pp. 56-57
  6. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    A Child's World of Difference
    1. A Tale of Middle Length by Mary Francis Shura
    2. Fall Is Here! by Dorothy Sterling
    3. Taste of Spruce Gum by Jacqueline Jackson
    4. Spring Comes to the Ocean by Jean Craighead George
    5. The Space Plague by Alice M. Lightner
    6. Bobby Hull by Jim Hunt
    7. Girl in the Mirror by Zoa Sherburne
    8. Weaver of Dreams: The Girlhood of Charlotte Bronte by Elfrida Vipont
    9. If It Weren't for You by Charlotte Zolotow
    10. A Child's Garden of Verses by Robert Louis Stevenson
    11. Did You Carry the Flag Today, Charley? by Rebecca Caudill
    12. A Ride on High by Candida Palmer
    13. Maurice's Room by Paula Fox
    14. A Snail's a Failure, Socially by Kaye Starbird
    15. The Cabinet by Gerald W. Johnson
    The Saturday Review, October 22, 1966, pp. 60-64
  7. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Realism, Not Absolutism
    1. Grandpa by Barbara Borack
    2. The Guard Mouse by Don Freeman
    3. How You Talk by Paul Showers
    4. A Dog's Book of Bugs by Elizabeth Griffen
    5. The City and Its People by Alvin Schwartz
    6. Matthew, Mark, Luke and John by Pearl S. Buck
    7. Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William Mckinley, and Me, Elizabeth by E.L. Konigsburg
    8. Don't Take Teddy by Babbis Friis-Baastad
    9. How Animals Tell Time by Millicent E. Selsam
    10. Casilda of the Rising Moon by Elizabeth Borton de Trevino
    11. Good-Bye to the Jungle by John Rowe Townsend
    12. China and the Chinese by Lyn Harrington
    13. Cross Currents by Joan Phipson
    14. Fierce and Gentle Warriors by Mikhail Sholokhov
    15. Africa Is People by Barbara Nolen
    16. One Summer In Between by Melissa Mather
    17. Cecily by Isabelle Holland
    The Saturday Review, April 22, 1967, pp. 99-101
  8. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    For Whom Do They Write?
    1. The Four Clever Brothers by Wilhelm Grimm and Jacob W. Grimm
    2. The Happy Lion's Vacation by Louise Fatio
    3. The Honeybees by Franklin Russell
    4. A Gopher in the Garden, and Other Animal Poems by Jack Prelutsky
    5. Milkweed by Millicent E. Selsam
    6. Especially Sisters by Fern Powell
    7. Mossy Trotter by Elizabeth Taylor
    8. The American Revolution, 1775-1783 by Clorinda Clarke
    9. Hawaii Nei by Ruth M. Tabrah
    10. Great River, Wide Land by Armstrong Sperry
    11. Where Does the Summer Go? by Ethel Edison Gordon
    12. People Who Make Movies by Theodore Thomas#2
    13. A Wall and Three Willows by Najmeh Najafi and Helen Hinckley
    14. You Should Have Been Here an Hour Ago by Phil Edwards and Bob Ottum
    15. Edith Hamilton: An Intimate Portrait by Doris Fielding Reid
    The Saturday Review, August 19, 1967, pp. 34-35
  9. [+]
    Books for Young People (13 Reviews)
    The Parent Image
    1. The World in the Candy Egg by Alvin R. Tresselt
    2. Evan's Corner by Elizabeth Starr Hill
    3. When an Animal Grows by Millicent E. Selsam
    4. Washington's Birthday by Clyde Robert Bulla
    5. The Witch on the Corner by Felice Holman
    6. Mogo's Flute by Hilda Van Stockum
    7. My Brother Stevie by Eleanor Clymer
    8. Spring Begins in March by Jean Little
    9. Secret of the Spotted Shell by Phyllis A. Whitney
    10. The Left-Handed Chank by Shirley L. Arora
    11. The Travels of Colin O'Dae by Ruth Franchere
    12. The Russian Revolution by Robert C. Goldston
    13. Miracles: Poems by Children of the English-Speaking World by Richard Lewis
    The Saturday Review, February 18, 1967, pp. 41-43
  10. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Children Face Reality
    1. That's Right, Edie by Johanna Johnston
    2. Sad Adam, Glad Adam by Christopher Davis
    3. Henry the Explorer by Mark Taylor
    4. Sam, Bangs and Moonshine by Evaline Ness
    5. Emily's Voyage by Emma Smith
    6. Amy and Laura by Marilyn Sachs
    7. The Incredible Detectives by Don Caufield and Joan Caufield
    8. Joe Bean by Nan Hayden Agle
    9. You Better Come Home With Me by John Lawson
    10. The Story of Vietnam by Hal Dareff
    11. The Trouble Bush by Earl Schenck Miers
    12. This January Tale by Bryher
    13. Yanqui, Come Back! by William B. Walsh
    14. The Reluctant Warriors by Donald Armstrong
    The Saturday Review, January 28, 1967, pp. 45-47
  11. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    A Matter of Taste
    1. Frederic by Leo Lionni
    2. Magic Secrets by Rose Wyler and Gerald Ames
    3. Brian Wildsmith's Birds by Brian Wildsmith
    4. Dick Foote and the Shark by Natalie Babbitt
    5. The Great Bone Hunt by Margaret Rice Cooper
    6. Rocks and Rills by A. Harris Stone
    7. How the World's First Cities Began by Arthur S. Gregor
    8. Dandy's Mountain by Thomas Fall
    9. The Dolmop of Dorkling by Mary B. Palmer
    10. Backfield Challenge by William Campbell Gault
    11. Eugene O'Neill by Olivia E. Coolidge
    12. Affectionately Yours, George Washington by Thomas J. Fleming and George Washington
    13. A Lamp for India by Robert Hardy Andrews
    14. Finding Out by Thomas Baird
    15. And Miles to Go by Linell Smith
    16. Mr. and Mrs. Bo Jo Jones by Ann Head
    The Saturday Review, July 22, 1967, pp. 42-43
  12. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    The Series of Series
    1. John Burningham's ABC by John Burningham
    2. Peter's Chair by Ezra Jack Keats
    3. Three Gold Pieces by Aliki
    4. McBroom and the Big Wind by Sid Fleischman
    5. A Book of Wizards by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    6. Lady Ellen Grae by Vera Cleaver and Bill Cleaver
    7. Green Grow the Rushes by Elinor Lyon
    8. The Swing in the Summerhouse by Jane Langton
    9. A Picture History of Ancient Rome by Richard Erdoes
    10. Cowboys and the Songs They Sang by Samuel J. Sackett
    11. The White Mountains by John Christopher
    12. The Grange at High Force by Philip Turner
    13. Printing from a Stone by S. Carl Hirsch
    14. Washington, D.D. by Howard K. Smith
    15. The Auk, the Dodo, and the Oryx by Robert Silverberg
    The Saturday Review, June 17, 1967, pp. 35-36
  13. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Children as Authors
    1. Lyle and the Birthday Party by Bernard Waber
    2. Moon Man by Tomi Ungerer
    3. The Good-Byes of Magnus Marmalade by Doris Orgel
    4. Purim by Molly Cone
    5. The Street of the Flower Boxes by Peggy Mann
    6. Miranda the Great by Eleanor Estes
    7. Mitch and Amy by Beverly Cleary
    8. Myeko's Gift by Kay Haugaard
    9. Taran Wanderer by Lloyd Alexander
    10. Whichaway by Glendon F. Swarthout and Kathryn Swarthout
    11. A Place and a Time by Barbara Schoen
    12. Douglas by Grace Richardson
    13. Too Bad About the Haines Girl by Zoa Sherburne
    14. The Civil War in Spain by Robert C. Goldston
    15. Benjamin Franklin: Envoy Extraordinary by Roger Burlingame
    16. Black Is Best by Jack Olsen
    17. Surtsey: The New Island in the North Atlantic by Sigurdur Thorarinsson
    The Saturday Review, March 18, 1967, pp. 35-37
  14. [+]
    Books for Young People (11 Reviews)
    One World for Youth
    1. Joanjo by Jan Balet
    2. Mr. Miacca by Joseph Jacobs
    3. Finders Keepers, Losers Weepers by Joan M. Lexau
    4. Tecwyn, the Last of the Welsh Dragons by Mary Dawson
    5. The Fearsome Inn by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    6. The Hatching of Joshua Cobb by Margaret Hodges
    7. The Sculptured Image by Lamont Moore
    8. Irving and Me by Syd Hoff
    9. The White Archer by James A. Houston
    10. The Police Lab at Work by Richard Deming
    11. Henry 3 by Joseph Krumgold
    The Saturday Review, September 16, 1967, pp. 48-49
  15. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    A Matter of Fact
    1. Numbers: A First Counting Book by Robert Allen
    2. One-Legged Ghost by Betty Jean Lifton
    3. The Sea Monkey by Geraldine Kaye
    4. The Basket Counts by Matthew F. Christopher
    5. Robin Hood of Sherwood Forest by Ann McGovern
    6. C D B! by William Steig
    7. Member of the Gang by Barbara Rinkoff
    8. The Pheasant on Route Seven by Kaye Starbird
    9. Seven Plays and How to Produce Them by Moyne Rice Smith
    10. The Spring Rider by John Lawson
    11. The Stolen Election: Hayes Versus Tilden---1876 by Lloyd Robinson
    12. The Soul Brothers and Sister Lou by Kristin Hunter
    13. Ready to Riot by Nathan Wright, Jr.
    14. Sorry I Kept You Waiting, Madam by Vidal Sassoon
    The Saturday Review, October 19, 1968, pp. 36-37
  16. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    A Milestone for Children's Books
    1. The Birth of Sunset's Kittens by Carla Stevens
    2. The Fish from Japan by Elizabeth K. Cooper
    3. Jake by Tamara Kitt
    4. George Washington's Breakfast by Jean Fritz
    5. A Girl Called Al by Constance C. Greene
    6. Plants That Eat Animals by Linna Bentley
    7. The Roe Deer by Astrid B. Sucksdorff
    8. One to Grow On by Jean Little
    9. The Trojan Horse by James Reeves
    10. Weathermonger by Peter Dickinson
    11. Black Jack by Leon Garfield
    12. Goal! My Life on Ice by Rod Gilbert
    13. The Many Ways of Seeing by Janet Gaylord Moore
    14. What a Way to Run the Tribe by James Cameron
    15. The FBI in Our Open Society by Harry A. Overstreet and Bonaro Overstreet
    The Saturday Review, April 19, 1969, pp. 38-39
  17. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Reviewing Stand
    1. Lora, Lorita by Anico Surany
    2. Best Friends for Frances by Russell Hoban
    3. What Happens When You Go to the Hospital by Arthur Shay
    4. When Carlos Closed the Street by Peggy Mann
    5. This Is Washington, D.C. by Miroslav Sasek
    6. The Mystery of Stonehenge by Franklyn M. Branley
    7. The Toymaker's Daughter by Ursula Moray Williams
    8. Window Into an Egg: Seeing Life Begin by Geraldine Lux Flanagan
    9. The Story of Eleanor Roosevelt by Margaret Davidson
    10. The House of the Four Winds by Colette Vivier
    11. Black Misery by Langston Hughes
    12. Annie, Annie by Molly Cone
    13. When Pictures Began to Move by Frank Manchel
    14. The Vagabundos by Frank Bonham
    15. America's Place in the World Economy by Brenda Forman
    16. The Sport of Queens by Dick Francis
    17. Through Rugged Ways to the Stars by Harlow Shapley
    The Saturday Review, August 16, 1969, pp. 26-29
  18. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Visions of Sugarplums
    1. Colors by John J. Reiss
    2. A Lion in the Meadow by Margaret Mahy
    3. Broderick by Edward Ormondroyd
    4. Wolfie by Janet Chenery
    5. Journey to Jericho by Scott O'Dell
    6. Along Sandy Trails by Ann Nolan Clark
    7. My Dear Dolphin by Cynthia de Narvaez
    8. Children of Appalachia by Peg Shull
    9. A Single Trail by Karen Rose
    10. Portrait of Ivan by Paula Fox
    11. A Community of Men by John Kiddell
    12. Sounder by William H. Armstrong
    13. Black Folktales by Julius Lester
    14. Rogues' Gallery by Walter Brown Gibson
    15. What Shall We Do Tomorrow? by Mary Hayley Bell
    16. The Season by William Goldman
    The Saturday Review, December 20, 1969, pp. 28-30
  19. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    The Persuaded Muse
    1. Three Centuries of Children's Books in Europe by Bettina Hurlimann
    2. Chinese Mother Goose Rhymes by Robert Wyndham
    3. Seven in a Bed by Ruth A. Sonneborn
    4. Baseball Mouse by Syd Hoff
    5. The Giant Alexander in America by Frank Herrmann
    6. Indian Summer by Ferdinand N. Monjo
    7. Four Seasons in the Woods by Henry Bugbee Kane
    8. From Fins to Hands by Anthony Ravielli
    9. Building with Cardboard by John Lidstone
    10. Arctic Rovings by Daniel Weston Hall and Jerome Beatty, Jr.
    11. When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    12. Jade by Sally Watson
    13. The Secret World of the Baby by Beth Day
    14. A Dictionary of Chivalry by Grant Uden
    15. The Bitter Choice by Colin Legum and Margaret Legum
    16. The Raw Pearl by Pearl Bailey
    17. The Doctors Warren of Boston by Rhoda Truax
    The Saturday Review, February 22, 1969, pp. 46-47
  20. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Brickbats and Bouquets
    1. A Wart Snake in a Fig Tree by George Mendoza
    2. Story Number 1 by Eugene Ionesco
    3. A Letter to Amy by Ezra Jack Keats
    4. A Paper Zoo by Renee Karol Weiss
    5. The Fool of the World and the Flying Ship by Arthur Ransome
    6. The Boy Who Could Sing Pictures by Seymour Leichman
    7. Brian Wildsmith's Fishes by Brian Wildsmith
    8. Action at Paradise Marsh by Ester Wier
    9. Edgar Allan by John Neufeld
    10. Foreigners by Leo Walmsley
    11. United Nations in War and Peace by T.R. Fehrenbach
    12. Wonders and Surprises by Phyllis McGinley
    13. The Pigman by Paul Zindel
    14. Cool, Hot and Blue by Charles Boeckman
    15. On Reflection by Helen Hayes and Sandford Dody
    16. Black Victory by Kenneth G. Weinberg
    The Saturday Review, January 18, 1969, pp. 40-41
  21. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Sense or Sensibility
    1. I'll Get There, It Better Be Worth the Trip by John Donovan
    2. Blackboard Bear by Martha Alexander
    3. Dominique and the Dragon by Jurgen Tamchina
    4. Glenda Glinka by Janice May Udry
    5. Living Things by Jeanne Bendick
    6. The Most Terrible Turk by Joseph Krumgold
    7. Matthew Looney in the Outback by Jerome Beatty, Jr.
    8. Porko von Popbutton by William Pene du Bois
    9. King's Falcon by Paula Fox
    10. My Village, My World by David E. Sanford
    11. Operation Destruct by Christopher Nicole
    12. Barbie by Kitty Barne
    13. Some Haystacks Don't Even Have Any Needle by Stephen Dunning, Edward Lueders, and Hugh Smith
    14. Lorenzo de' Medici and the Renaissance by Charles L. Mee
    15. Loose Chippings by Thomas Gerald Wheeler
    16. The Lost Queen by Norah Lofts
    17. Untouchable: The Autobiography of an Indian Outcaste by Hazari
    The Saturday Review, July 19, 1969, pp. 42-44
  22. [+]
    Books for Young People (10 Reviews)
    Extra Innings
    1. Goodnight, Andrew, Goodnight, Craig by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat
    2. Thy Friend, Obadiah by Brinton Turkle
    3. The Great Hamster Hunt by Lenore Blegvad and Erik Blegvad
    4. Tucker's Countryside by George Selden
    5. Archimedes Takes a Bath by Joan M. Lexau
    6. Singing Soldiers by Paul Glass
    7. The Cay by Theodore Taylor
    8. New Parts for People by Nancy Rosenberg and Dr. Reuven K. Snyderman
    9. My Enemy, My Brother by James D. Forman
    10. The Day of the Dolphin by Robert Merle
    The Saturday Review, June 28, 1969, pp. 38-39
  23. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Everybody In! A Counting Book, by Dick Rowan
    1. Everybody In! A Counting Book by Dick Rowan
    2. Harvey's Hideout by Russell Hoban
    3. Sylvester and the Magic Pebble by William Steig
    4. Princess September by W. Somerset Maugham
    5. Greyling: A Picture Story from the Islands of Shetland by Jane Yolen
    6. Hit or Myth by James Riddell
    7. The Fox that Wanted Nine Golden Tails by Mary Knight
    8. Manhattan Is Missing by E.W. Hildick
    9. The Golden Days of Greece by Olivia Coolidge
    10. Night of the Black Frost by Arthur Catherall
    11. About the B'nai Bagels by Elaine Konigsburg
    12. The Landmark History of the American People by Daniel J. Boorstin
    13. To Be a Slave by Julius Lester
    14. Toward Infinity by Damon Knight
    15. Mind Drugs by Margaret O. Hyde
    16. Growing up Black by Jay David
    The Saturday Review, March 22, 1969, pp. 62-63
  24. [+]
    Books for Young People (13 Reviews)
    Sex Education for the Young
    1. Goggles! by Ezra Jack Keats
    2. Boy, Was I Mad! by Kathryn Hitte
    3. Come Along! by Rebecca Caudill
    4. What Is It For? by Henry Humphrey
    5. Danny Dunn and the Smallifying Machine by Jay Williams and Raymond Abrashkin
    6. Defense Mechanisms: From Virus to Man by Hal Hellman
    7. River Patrol by Roderic Jeffries
    8. Digging up Adam by Mina White Mulvey
    9. Stock Market ABC by Joanne K. Friedlander and Jean Neal
    10. An Empty Spoon by Sunny Decker
    11. Miss Owen-Owen by Margaret Forster
    12. Cleopatra, Sister of the Moon by Margaret Leighton
    13. A Touch of Earth by Janina David
    The Saturday Review, October 18, 1969, pp. 56-57
  25. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Pied Piper in Chicago
    1. Frog, Where Are You? by Mercer Mayer
    2. Stevie by John Steptoe
    3. Left, Right, Left, Right! by Muriel Stanek
    4. Phoebe and the Prince by Doris Orgel
    5. The Haunted Spy by Barbara Ninde Byfield
    6. Ever Ride a Dinosaur? by Scott Corbett
    7. Who Look at Me by June Jordan
    8. Where the Lilies Bloom by Bill Cleaver and Vera Cleaver
    9. Our Cup Is Broken by Florence Crannell Means
    10. Deepwater Family by Fred B. Duncan
    11. The Wolfling by Sterling North
    12. The Rock Revolution by Arnold Shaw
    13. Twelve Cities by John Gunther
    14. A Yak for Christmas by Louise Hillary
    The Saturday Review, September 13, 1969, pp. 36-37
  26. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    In Defense of Science Fiction
    1. Where Do Bears Sleep? by Barbara Shook Hazen
    2. If I Flew a Plane by Miriam Young
    3. Faces by Barbara Brenner
    4. The Horse in Harry's Room by Syd Hoff
    5. At the Top of My Voice and Other Poems by Felice Holman
    6. What Does an Oceanographer Do? by John Frederick Waters
    7. Home Free by Barbara Beasley Murphy
    8. And I Must Hurry for the Sea Is Coming in by George Mendoza
    9. My Village in Ghana by Sonia Gidal and Tim Gidal
    10. The Whispering Mountain by Joan Aiken
    11. Time to Quit Running by Margaret Hill
    12. Pots and Robbers by Dora Jane Hamblin
    13. Seventeenth and Eighteenth Century Art by Ariane Ruskin Batterberry
    14. Fourteen for Now by John Ivan Simon
    15. Parlour Poetry: A Casquet of Gems by Michael R. Turner
    The Saturday Review, April 18, 1970, pp. 36-37
  27. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Report from England, Part II
    1. I Write It by Ruth Krauss
    2. Timothy's Horse by Vladimir Mayakovsky
    3. Penny Candy by Edward Fenton
    4. A Kitchen Is Not a Tree by George Panetta
    5. Kids Cooking by Aileen Paul and Arthur Hawkins
    6. Jason's Quest by Margaret Laurence
    7. Walks for Children in San Francisco by Margot Patterson Doss
    8. Smoke from Cromwell's Time by Joan Aiken
    9. Germfree Life by Alvin Silverstein and Virginia B. Silverstein, ...
    10. Famous American Women by Hope Stoddard
    11. Beethoven, Master Composer by Herbert J. Gimpel
    12. The Overland Launch by C. Walter Hodges
    13. Cheer the Lonesome Traveler by Leslie Alexander Lacy
    14. Viva Chicano by Frank Bonham
    15. Mia by Robert Nathan
    16. Lost Names by Richard E. Kim
    The Saturday Review, August 22, 1970, pp. 52-53
  28. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Leafing Beneath the Christmas Tree
    1. Do You Know What I Know? by Helen Borten
    2. Toucans Two, and Other Poems by Jack Prelutsky
    3. In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak
    4. Try It Again, Sam: Safety When You Walk by Judith Viorst
    5. Anna and the Baby Buzzard by Helga Sandburg
    6. The Erie Canal by Peter Spier
    7. ABC's of the Ocean by Isaac Asimov
    8. Man in Space to the Moon by Franklyn M. Branley
    9. Red Hawk's Account of Custer's Last Battle by Paul Goble and Dorothy Goble
    10. The Changeling by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
    11. Emma's Island by Honor Arundel
    12. Friedrich by Hans Peter Richter
    13. What You Should Know About Drugs by Charles W. Gorodetzky and Samuel T. Christian, ...
    14. And One Was a Wooden Indian by Betty Baker
    15. Our Father! by Pamela Sykes
    16. Don't Smile Until Christmas by Kevin Ryan
    The Saturday Review, December 19, 1970, pp. 31-32
  29. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    Have You Seen Roads?, by Joanne Oppenheim
    1. Have You Seen Roads? by Joanne Oppenheim
    2. It's Magic? by Robert Lopshire
    3. Sam the Minuteman by Nathaniel Benchley
    4. Lucy Runs Away by Catherine Storr
    5. McBroom's Ear by Sid Fleischman
    6. On Firm Ice by Carter Wilson
    7. Temple on a Hill by Anne F. Rockwell
    8. Tales of the Rue Broca by Pierre Gripari
    9. War on the Darnel by Philip Turner
    10. Top Boy at Twister's Creek by Edmund W. Hildick
    11. A Day of Pleasure by Isaac Bashevis Singer
    12. The Restless Ghost by Leon Garfield
    13. Voices from France by Miriam Morton
    14. Wizard of the Dome by Sidney Rosen
    15. The Diary of A.N. by Julius Horwitz
    The Saturday Review, February 21, 1970, pp. 44-45
  30. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Voices from the Past
    1. Still Another Alphabet Book: ABC by Seymour Chwast and Martin Stephen Moskof
    2. The Judge: An Untrue Tale by Harve Zemach
    3. The Surprise Party by Pat Hutchins
    4. A Bear Named George by Miriam Young
    5. Sumi and the Goat and the Tokyo Express by Yoshiko Uchida
    6. Here I Am! by Virginia Olsen Baron
    7. The Black Sheep by Jean Merrill
    8. Charlotte Sometimes by Penelope Farmer
    9. The Ibo of Biafra by Sonia Bleeker
    10. Of Dikes and Windmills by Peter Spier
    11. Pistol by Adrienne Richard
    12. America and the Cold War by Richard J. Walton
    13. Making Movies: Student Films to Features by Hila Colman
    14. The Writing on the Wall by Walter Lowenfels
    15. Darwin and the Beagle by Alan Moorehead
    16. Search for Sybaris by Orville H. Bullitt
    The Saturday Review, January 24, 1970, pp. 36-37
  31. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Report from England, Part I
    1. Bobo's Dream by Martha Alexander
    2. Tell Me a Mitzi by Lore Segal
    3. Catfish by Edith Thacher Hurd
    4. No Flying in the House by Betty Brock
    5. Boy of Nepal by Peter Larsen
    6. Me and Arch and the Pest by John Durham
    7. Princess of the Full Moon by Frederic Guirma
    8. The Half Sisters by Natalie Savage Carlson
    9. Sheriff Stonehead and the Teenage Termites by Jerome Beatty
    10. Once in a Lifetime by Lev A. Kassil
    11. African Success Story: The Ivory Coast by Marc Bernheim and Evelyne Bernheim
    12. Never to Be Free by Josef Carl Grund
    13. Black Out Loud by Arnold Adoff
    14. My World Line by George Gamow
    The Saturday Review, July 25, 1970, pp. 28-29
  32. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Hits and Errors
    1. Peggy's New Brother by Eleanor Schick
    2. The Boy Who Could Make Things by Edna Mitchell Preston
    3. The Hopping Knapsack by Lisl Weil
    4. Benjie on His Own by Joan M. Lexau
    5. The Drinking Gourd by F.N. Monjo
    6. Jeanne d'Arc by Aileen Fisher
    7. The Hopi Way by Mary Elting
    8. Mumbet: The Story of Elizabeth Freeman by Harold W. Felton
    9. The Trumpet of the Swan by E.B. White
    10. Life and Death by Herbert S. Zim and Sonia Bleeker
    11. Dwellers of the Tundra by Aylette Jenness
    12. A Herd of Deer by Eilis Dillon
    13. The Peter Pan Bag by Lee Kingman
    14. Fanny by E.M. Almedingen
    The Saturday Review, June 27, 1970, pp. 38-39
  33. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Potpourri 1969
    1. The Circus in the Mist by Bruno Munari
    2. Rrra-ah by Eros Keith
    3. The Elephant and the Bad Baby by Elfrida Vipont
    4. Jonah and the Lord by George MacBeth
    5. The One Bad Thing About Father by F.N. Monjo
    6. The Adventures of Oolakuk by Robert A. Ruttan
    7. Grover by Vera Cleaver and Bill Cleaver
    8. The King of the Copper Mountains by Paul Biegel and Gillian Hume
    9. How the Children Stopped the Wars by Jan Wahl
    10. The Moon in the Cloud by Rosemary Harris
    11. Museum Adventures: An Introduction to Discovery by Herbert M. Katz and Marjorie Katz
    12. Somebody's Angel Child by Carman Moore
    13. Jamberoo Road by Eleanor Spence
    14. The World of the Impressionists by Hans Ludwig C. Jaffe
    15. The Control of Life: The 21st Century by Fred Warshofsky
    16. The Sound of Summer Voices by Helen Tucker
    The Saturday Review, March 21, 1970, pp. 38-41
  34. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    Clocks and More Clocks, by Pat Hutchins
    1. Clocks and More Clocks by Pat Hutchins
    2. The White Horse by Edith Thacher Hurd
    3. A Story, a Story: An African Tale by Gail E. Haley
    4. Sally Go Round the Sun by Edith Fowke
    5. But Ostriches... by Aileen Fisher
    6. Uhu by Annette R. Macarthur-Onslow
    7. Otto and the Magic Potatoes by William Pene Du Bois
    8. Three of a Kind by Louise Dickinson Rich
    9. Kneeknock Rise by Natalie Babbitt
    10. Ahmeek by Jane Annixter and Paul Annixter
    11. Nothing Ever Happens Here by Carol Beach York
    12. Sea and Earth by Philip Sterling
    13. Sounds and Silences by Richard Peck
    14. Unbought and Unbossed by Shirley Chisholm
    15. Country Editor's Boy by Hal Borland
    The Saturday Review, September 19, 1970, pp. 34-35
  35. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous and Memorable
    1. Shrewbettina's Birthday by John S. Goodall
    2. Benjy and the Barking Bird by Margaret Bloy Graham
    3. I Wonder if Herbie's Home Yet by Mildred Kantrowitz
    4. Under the Green Willow by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
    5. The Faithful Fish by Peter F. Neumeyer
    6. The Vicksburg Veteran by Ferdinand N. Monjo
    7. Paddington Takes the Air by Michael Bond
    8. Altogether, One at a Time by E.L. Konigsburg
    9. I Would Rather Be a Turnip by Vera Cleaver and Bill Cleaver
    10. A Long Way to Whiskey Creek by Patricia Beatty
    11. A Room Made of Windows by Eleanor Cameron
    12. The Voice of the Children by Terri Bush and June Jordan
    13. Made in Ancient Egypt by Christine Price
    14. Steal Away: Stories of the Runaway Slaves by Abraham Chapman
    15. The Embroidered Sunset by Joan Aiken
    The Saturday Review, April 17, 1971, pp. 44-46
  36. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Children as Poets
    1. Father Fox's Pennyrhymes by Clyde Watson
    2. A Father Like that by Charlotte Zolotow
    3. The Silver Whistle by Jay Williams
    4. The Scary Woods by Victor Keller
    5. Basil and the Pygmy Cats by Eve Titus
    6. The Jezebel Wolf by F.N. Monjo
    7. The Art of the Southwest Indians by Shirley Glubok
    8. Wolf Run: A Caribou Eskimo Tale by James A. Houston
    9. The Finches' Fabulous Furnace by Roger Wolcott Drury
    10. The Big Show: A History of the Circus by Felix Sutton
    11. Air Raid---Pearl Harbor! by Theodore Taylor
    12. Reconstruction: The Great Experiment by Allen W. Trelease
    13. Living Lanterns: Luminescence in Animals by Hilda Simon
    14. Earth, Air, Fire and Water by Frances Monson McCullough
    15. Secrets by Nancy Hale
    16. His Day is Marching On by Shirley G. DuBois
    The Saturday Review, August 21, 1971, pp. 26-27
  37. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Few Ornaments on the Tree
    1. Leo the Late Bloomer by Robert Kraus
    2. Mother Goose Lost by Nicholas Tucker
    3. Mr. Gumpy's Outing by John Burningham
    4. Bear Circus by William Pene du Bois
    5. Our Dirty Air by Sarah M. Elliott
    6. The Freedom Ship of Robert Smalls by Louise Meriwether
    7. About Wise Men and Simpletons by Elizabeth Shub, Jacob W. Grimm, and Wilhelm Karl Grimm, ...
    8. The Bears' House by Marilyn Sachs
    9. The Mysterious Disappearance of Leon by Ellen Raskin
    10. Journey to Topaz by Yoshiko Uchida
    11. Emma Tupper's Diary by Peter Dickinson
    12. The Seal-Singing by Rosemary Harris
    13. It Is the Poem Singing Into Your Eyes by Arnold Adoff
    14. Brian Piccolo: A Short Season by Jeannie Morris
    The Saturday Review, December 11, 1971, pp. 45-46
  38. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    No Bad Trips with Books
    1. I Spy by Lucille Ogle and Tina Thoburn
    2. Miranda's Pilgrims by Rosemary Wells
    3. Happy Lion's Treasure by Louise Fatio
    4. Little Ego by Ruth G. Gilroy and Frank D. Gilroy
    5. How to Lose Your Lunch Money by Florence Meiman White
    6. Help, Help, the Globolinks! by Gian Carlo Menotti
    7. A Chinese Year by Ellen Hsiao
    8. Catch As Catch Can by Josephine Poole
    9. I Heard a Scream in the Street by Nancy Larrick
    10. The Stolen Seasons by David Divine
    11. The Witch's Brat by Rosemary Sutcliff
    12. A Star to the North by Barbara Corcoran and Bradford Angier
    13. Shurik by Kyra Petrovskaya Wayne
    14. No Language But a Cry by Richard A. D'Ambrosio
    15. The Year of the Seal by Victor B. Scheffer
    The Saturday Review, February 20, 1971, pp. 30-31
  39. [+]
    Books for Young People (13 Reviews)
    The Bookworm
    1. The Apple and the Moth by Iela Mari and Enzo Mari
    2. The Something by Natalie Babbitt
    3. A Bargain for Frances by Russell Hoban
    4. In a Beaver Valley by Laurence P. Pringle
    5. We Lived In the Almont by Eleanor L. Clymer
    6. For Me to Say by David T. McCord
    7. Boy in a Barn by Ursula Moray Williams
    8. The Marvelous Misadventures of Sebastian by Lloyd Alexander
    9. True Stories from the Moscow Zoo by Vera Chaplina
    10. Ballet: A Pictorial History by Walter Terry
    11. Blowfish Live in the Sea by Paula Fox
    12. The Prince in Waiting by John Christopher
    13. I Am Third by Gale Sayers and Al Silverman
    The Saturday Review, January 23, 1971, pp. 70-71
  40. [+]
    Books for Young People (12 Reviews)
    On the Scoreboard
    1. Do You Want to Be My Friend? by Eric Carle
    2. Look Again! by Tana Hoban
    3. Still Another Number Book by Seymour Chwast and Martin Stephen Moskof
    4. The King's Choice by K. Shivkumar
    5. Foma the Terrible by Guy Daniels
    6. Break a Magic Circle by Elizabeth Johnson
    7. Nothing Said by L.M. Boston
    8. Atomic Energy by Irving Adler
    9. Mystery of the Roman Ransom by Henry Winterfeld
    10. Chipmunks on the Doorstep by Edwin Tunis
    11. Sparrows Don't Drop Candy Wrappers by Margaret Gabel
    12. Black Fiddler by Richard Piro
    The Saturday Review, July 17, 1971, pp. 36-37
  41. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    On the Road
    1. Lobo and Brewster by Gladys Yessayan Cretan
    2. Can I Keep Him? by Steven Kellogg
    3. The King's Fountain by Lloyd Alexander
    4. The Ringling Brothers by Molly Cone
    5. The Seabury Cook Book for Boys and Girls by Eva Moore
    6. Street Poems by Robert Froman
    7. Favorite Fairy Tales Told in Denmark by Virginia Haviland
    8. Metamorphosis: The Magic Change by Alvin Silverstein and Virginia Silverstein
    9. This Is Australia by Miroslav Sasek
    10. Shadi by Margaret Embry
    11. Biology in the World of the Future by Harold Hellman
    12. Speak Roughly to Your Little Boy by Myra Cohn Livingston
    13. A Break in the Circle by Jean Fiedler
    14. That Was Then, This Is Now by S.E. Hinton
    15. The Ice People by Rene Barjavel
    The Saturday Review, June 19, 1971, p. 26
  42. [+]
    Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    Make No Mystique About It
    1. Go and Hush the Baby by Betsy Byars
    2. Road Down in the Sea by Lorenz B. Graham
    3. Secrets in Stones by Rose Wyler and Gerald Ames
    4. The Shoeshine Boys by George Panetta
    5. Erec and Enid by Barbara Schiller
    6. The Joy of the Court by Constance B. Hieatt
    7. Illustrated Chess for Children by Harvey Kidder
    8. The First Four Years by Laura Ingalls Wilder
    9. Deep Trouble by Walt Morey
    10. Sunday in Centreville by G. Allen Foster
    11. Young and Black in America by Rae Pace Alexander
    12. Bright Star: A Portrait of Ellen Terry by Constance Fecher
    13. The Friendly Air by Elizabeth Cadell
    14. A Joyful Noise by Janet Gillespie
    The Saturday Review, March 20, 1971, pp. 30-31
  43. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    The Rewards of Writing
    1. The King of the Copper Mountains by Paul Biegel and Gillian Hume
    2. One Fine Day by Nonny Hogrogian
    3. Brian Wildsmith's Puzzles by Brian Wildsmith
    4. Harry's Bee by Peter Campbell
    5. On the Day Peter Stuyvesant Sailed Into Town by Arnold Lobel
    6. The Adventures of Three Colors by Annette Tison and Talus Taylor
    7. Have You Seen Boats? by Joanne Oppenheim
    8. What's the Prize, Lincoln? by Dale Fife
    9. The Indians on the Bonnet by Elizabeth Ladd
    10. The Headless Cupid by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
    11. It Happened in Chichipica by Francis Kalnay
    12. A Cat Called Camouflage by Cordelia Jones
    13. Kate by Jean Little
    14. The Children's War by Theodore Taylor
    15. Authors' Choice by Gillian Avery
    16. Life with Its Sorrow, Life with Its Tear by Lester Atwell
    The Saturday Review, October 16, 1971, pp. 56-57
  44. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    What's So Funny About It?
    1. Rainy Day Together by Ellen Parsons
    2. The Alphabeast Book by Dorothy Schmiderer
    3. The Mountain by Peter Parnall
    4. The Best New Thing by Isaac Asimov
    5. Eric Plants a Garden by Jean Hudlow
    6. McBroom's Ghost by Sid Fleischman
    7. Goody Hall by Natalie Babbitt
    8. Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh by Robert C. O'Brien
    9. Look What I Found! by Marshal T. Case
    10. Then Again, Maybe I Won't by Judy Blume
    11. The Life of Malcolm X by Richard Curtis
    12. Wild in the World by John Donovan
    13. Pennington's Last Term by K.M. Peyton
    14. Rx for Tomorrow by Alan E. Nourse
    15. Mrs. Fraser On the Fatal Shore by Michael Alexander
    16. The Artists' London by David Piper
    The Saturday Review, September 18, 1971, pp. 48-50
  45. [+]
    Books for Young People (15 Reviews)
    Captive Author, Captivated Audience
    1. The Three Bears by Paul Galdone
    2. Meal One by Ivor Cutler
    3. Waltzing Matilda by A.B. Paterson
    4. The Case of the Scaredy Cats by Crosby Bonsall
    5. The Rock Hunters by Lorraine Henriod
    6. Wanted! a Horse! by Babbis Friis Baastad
    7. The Little Broomstick by Mary Stewart
    8. The Poet's Tales by William Cole
    9. 2-Rabbit, 7-Wind~~Two-Rabbit, Seven-Wind by Toni de Gerez
    10. Children's Homage to Picasso by Michael Batterberry, Ariane Ruskin, and Pablo Picasso, ...
    11. Good Old Boy: A Delta Boyhood by Willie Morris
    12. The Electronic Olympics by Hal Higdon
    13. Cross-Fire: A Vietnam Novel by Gail B. Graham
    14. MASH Goes to Maine by Richard Hooker#2
    15. A Village Girl by Sarah Shears
    The Saturday Review, April 22, 1972, pp. 78-85
  46. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Blue-Collar Learners
    1. A Class Divided by William Peters
    2. Ick's ABC by Fred Gwynne
    3. Franklin Stein by Ellen Raskin
    4. ABC's of the Earth by Isaac Asimov
    5. The Iron Lion by Peter Dickinson
    6. End of the Game by Hila Colman
    7. Someplace Else by Ben Shecter
    8. Moominvalley in November by Tove Jansson
    9. Who Really Killed Cock Robin? by Jean Craighead George
    10. To Sunset and Beyond by Alec Lea
    11. A Child in Prison Camp by Shizuye Takashima
    12. The Strange Affair of Adelaide Harris by Leon Garfield
    13. All the World's a Stage by Lowell S. Swortzell
    14. The Land of Canaan by Isaac Asimov
    15. The Young Masters by Alan Scholefield
    16. Jean in the Morning by Janet Sandison
    17. The Runaways by Victor Canning
    The Saturday Review, February 19, 1972, pp. 75-79
  47. [+]
    Books for Young People (17 Reviews)
    Honors Upgraded and Over the Horizon
    1. Numbers by John J. Reiss
    2. Moja Means One by Muriel Feelings
    3. A Penny a Look by Harve Zemach
    4. A Walk in the Snow by Phyllis S. Busch
    5. You're a Good Dog, Joe by Kurt Unkelbach
    6. The Emperor's New Clothes by Hans Christian Andersen
    7. The Mulberry Music by Doris Orgel
    8. Stories from the Bible by Alvin R. Tresselt
    9. A Fern Is Born by Jean M. Guilcher and R.H. Noailles
    10. Life on a Lost Continent by Beth Day
    11. Yankee Communes: Another American Way by Flo Morse
    12. The Biological Revolution by Corinne Jacker
    13. In the Country of Ourselves by Nat Hentoff
    14. The Drifting Continents by Alan H. Anderson, Jr.
    15. The Burning Thorn by Griselda Greaves
    16. This Mrs. Kingi by Frances Alice Cleary
    17. Six Black Horses by Nolan Davis
    The Saturday Review, January 15, 1972, pp. 46-47
  48. [+]
    Books for Young People (16 Reviews)
    Count and See, by Tana Hoban
    1. Count and See by Tana Hoban
    2. William's Doll by Charlotte Zolotow
    3. Reasons and Raisins by Josephine Haskell Aldridge and Richard Aldridge, ...
    4. The Old Woman Who Lived in a Vinegar Bottle by Rumer Godden
    5. Behind the Wheel by Edward Koren
    6. How the Devil Gets His Due by Harold Berson
    7. Graciela: A Mexican-American Child Tells Her Story by Joe Molnar
    8. Come Back, Peter by Joan Woodberry
    9. Heather, Oak, and Olive by Rosemary Sutcliff
    10. Twilight of the Animal Kingdom by Larry Harris
    11. A Long Way from Verona by Jane Gardam
    12. Heirs of the Ancient Maya by Christine Price
    13. Leap Before You Look by Mary Stolz
    14. The Shrinking Outdoors by Gary Jennings
    15. A Girl Named Sooner by Suzanne Clauser
    16. A Wedding Man Is Nicer Then Cats by Rachel Scott
    The Saturday Review, June 17, 1972, pp. 72-75
  49. [+]
    Books for Young People (10 Reviews)
    Tell Me, Where Is Fantasy Bred?
    1. The Green and Burning Tree by Eleanor Cameron
    2. Adam's ABC by Dale Fife
    3. Shiver, Gobble, and Snore by Marie Winn
    4. Baby by Fran Manushkin
    5. Mary of Mile Eighteen by Ann Blades
    6. What Made You You? by Jeanne Bendick
    7. The Tunnel of Hugsy Goode by Eleanor Estes
    8. A Choice of Magic by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    9. When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr
    10. The Stanley Cup by Brian McFarlane
    The Saturday Review, March 25, 1972, pp. 109-110
  50. Children and Books (1977)
  51. [+]
    Children's Books for Spring (53 Reviews)
    Bonus Books
    1. Joey's Cat by Robert Burch
    2. A Boy Once Lived in Nazareth by Florence Marian Taylor
    3. Ghost in a Four-Room Apartment by Ellen Raskin
    4. Lovable Lyle by Bernard Waber
    5. Jumbo the Boy and Arnold the Elephant by Dan Greenburg
    6. Roberto and the Bull by Syd Hoff
    7. Brian Wildsmith's Illustrated Bible Stories by Philip Turner
    8. Small Pig by Arnold Lobel
    9. The Pixy and the Lazy Housewife by Mary Calhoun
    10. Contrary Jenkins by Rebecca Caudill and James Ayars
    11. Granny and the Indians by Peggy Parish
    12. The Emperor Penguins by Kazue Mizumura
    13. Tarr of Belway Smith by Nan Hayden Agle
    14. Bico: A Brazilian Raft Fisherman's Son by Leona Shluger Forman
    15. The Other City by Ray Vogel
    16. Lillie of Watts: A Birthday Discovery by Mildred Pitts Walter
    17. Knights in Armor by Shirley Glubok
    18. William Mayne's Book of Giants by William Mayne
    19. Why You Look Like You Whereas I Tend to Look Like Me by Charlotte Pomerantz
    20. The Electronic Brain: How It Works by Joseph J. Cook
    21. The Way It Is by John Holland#2
    22. Peter and Veronica by Marilyn Sachs
    23. Puerto Ricans, from Island to Mainland by Arlene Harris Kurtis
    24. The Second Greatest Invention by Eleanor L. Clymer
    25. Plants for Pots by D.X. Fenten
    26. One Hundred Favorite Folktales by Stith Thompson
    27. The Bonus of Redonda by Robert David Abrahams
    28. The Dragons of the Queen by Mary Stolz
    29. A Building Goes Up by Ely Jacques Kahn
    30. The Ghosts of Glencoe by Mollie Hunter
    31. Exploring the Great River by Robert Meredith and E. Brooks Smith
    32. Whose Town? by Lorenz B. Graham
    33. I'll Get There, It Better Be Worth the Trip by John Donovan
    34. The Grass Pipe by Robert Coles
    35. A Book of Nature Poems by William Cole
    36. A Candle at Dusk by E.M. Almedingen
    37. The Skating Rink by Mildred Lee
    38. Three Who Dared by Tom Cohen
    39. The New Sound by Leslie Waller
    40. Let X Be Excitement by Christie Harris
    41. Up to the Quarterdeck by Patrick J. Williams
    42. The Taize Picture Bible
    43. Our Eddie by Sulamith Ish-Kishor
    44. Who Says You Can't? by Beryl Epstein and Sam Epstein
    45. Exploring Giant Molecules by Raymond Wohlrabe
    46. A Bedouin Boyhood by Isaak Diqs
    47. Korea: Land of the 38th Parallel by Frank Gosfield and Bernhardt J. Hurwood
    48. The Telescope Makers by Barbara. Land
    49. Nineteenth Century Art by Ariane Ruskin
    50. Except for Me and Thee by Jessamyn West
    51. When the Enemy Is Tired by Russell Braddon
    52. The Black Flag of Anarchy by Corinne Jacker
    53. Strongholds by Lucy M. Boston
    The Saturday Review, May 10, 1969, pp. 53-61
  52. Children's Books for Spring
    Black Book Power
    The Saturday Review, May 9, 1970, p. 41
  53. [+]
    Children's Books for Spring (27 Reviews)
    Suffering in Translation
    1. Good-Night, Prof, Love by John Rowe Townsend
    2. Changes, Changes by Pat Hutchins
    3. Brian Wildsmith's Circus by Brian Wildsmith
    4. Three Aesop Fox Fables by Paul Galdone
    5. Penguins, of All People! by Don Freeman
    6. How Droofus the Dragon Lost His Head by Bill Peet
    7. The Talking Machine by Miguel Angel Asturias
    8. All Upon a Stone by Jean Craighead George
    9. Why People Are Different Colors by Julian May
    10. Poor Stainless by Mary Norton
    11. The Easter Cat by Meindert DeJong
    12. Persephone: Bringer of Spring by Sarah F. Tomaino
    13. Luvvy and the Girls by Natalie Savage Carlson
    14. The Trees Stand Shining by Hettie Jones
    15. The Night Daddy by Maria Gripe
    16. Gianni and the Ogre by Ruth Manning-Sanders
    17. I'm Nobody! Who Are You? by Edna Barth
    18. Arms and Armor in Africa by Helmut Nickel
    19. Sour Land by William H. Armstrong
    20. Pulga by S.R. Van Iterson
    21. Reggie and Nilma by Louise Tanner
    22. Bird Ambulance by Arline Thomas
    23. Beginnings and Blunders by Lancelot T. Hogben
    24. Prehistoric Man by Clifford D. Simak
    25. Voyage by Bus by Leonard Wibberley
    26. A Doctor at All Hours by David Sherwood Kellogg and Allan S. Everest
    27. An American Girl by Patricia Dizenzo
    The Saturday Review, May 15, 1971, pp. 45-48
  54. [+]
    Children's Books for Spring (27 Reviews)
    But Few Are Chosen
    1. The Sly Old Cat by Beatrix Potter
    2. Over in the Meadow by Ezra Jack Keats
    3. Hide-and-Seek by Renate Meyer
    4. Frog and Toad Together by Arnold Lobel
    5. Smoke by Ib Spang Olsen
    6. Anansi the Spider by Gerald McDermott
    7. Fiorello La Guardia by Mervyn D. Kaufman
    8. The Treasure of Topo-el-Bampo by Scott O'Dell
    9. Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing by Judy Blume
    10. The Almost All-White Rabbity Cat by Meindert DeJong
    11. The Magic Moth by Virginia Lee
    12. The Future of Hooper Toote by Felice Holman
    13. Australian Marsupials by Peter Crowcroft
    14. The House of Wings by Betsy Byars
    15. The Secret of the Crazy Quilt by Florence Hightower
    16. The Bright and Morning Star by Rosemary Harris
    17. The Watchers by Barbara Rinkoff
    18. A Whole World of Cooking by Rebecca Shapiro
    19. Famous Mexican-Americans by Clarke Newlon
    20. The Henchmans at Home by Hester Burton
    21. Black Pilgrimage by Tom Feelings
    22. The Village of Outcasts by S.R. Van Iterson
    23. Racism by Robert Froman
    24. Beyond the Vicarage by Noel Streatfeild
    25. A Siberian Encounter by Gaia Servadio
    26. Squaw Point by R.H. Shimer
    27. Died on a Rainy Sunday by Joan Aiken
    The Saturday Review, May 20, 1972, pp. 80-93
  55. [+]
    Fall Books for Young People (14 Reviews)
    For the Youngest
    1. Talking Without Words by Marie Hall Ets
    2. A Kiss for Little Bear by Else Holmelund Minarik
    3. The Tiger in the Teapot by Betty Yurdin
    4. Katie Goes to Camp by Eleanor Schick
    5. Green Says Go by Ed Emberley
    6. More of Brer Rabbit's Tricks by Ennis Rees
    7. The Apple Strudel Soldier by Tom McGowen
    8. A Birthday for Frances by Russell Hoban
    9. Alfie Finds "The Other Side World" by Charles Keeping
    10. Before You Were a Baby by Paul Showers and Kay Sperry Showers
    11. Maple Tree by Millicent E. Selsam
    12. Harriet and the Promised Land by Jacob Lawrence
    13. Wonders, Inc. by Crawford Kilian
    14. Paddington Goes to Town by Michael Bond
    The Saturday Review, November 9, 1968, pp. 46-50
  56. [+]
    Fall Books for Young People (54 Reviews)
    Where Is Daddy?, by Beth Goff
    1. Where Is Daddy? by Beth Goff
    2. The Very Tall Little Girl by Phyllis Krasilovsky
    3. The Sky Dog by Brinton Turkle
    4. Someone Small by Barbara Borack
    5. Mrs. Poggi's Holiday by Saul Lambert
    6. And It Rained by Ellen Raskin
    7. Anatole and the Thirty Thieves by Eve Titus
    8. Fly Homer Fly by Bill Peet
    9. The Story of a Singular Hen and Her Peculiar Children by Mary Stolz
    10. Rain Rain Rivers by Uri Shulevitz
    11. The Eggs by Aliki
    12. Lakshmi: The Water Buffalo Who Wouldn't by Mehlli Gobhai
    13. If You Lived in the Days of the Wild Mammoth Hunters by Mary Elting and Franklin Folsom
    14. The Little Cock by Joseph Domjan
    15. Before You Came This Way by Byrd Baylor
    16. ABC's of Space by Isaac Asimov
    17. The Time-Ago Tales of Jahdu by Virginia Hamilton
    18. The Wizard of Washington Square by Jane Yolen
    19. I Thought I Heard the City by Lilian Moore
    20. A Time for Watching by Gunilla B. Norris
    21. A Book of Venus for You by Franklyn M. Branley
    22. The Falcon Under the Hat by Guy Daniels
    23. A Few Flies and I by Issa, Jean Merrill, and Ronni Solbert
    24. Journeys by Richard Lewis
    25. Hugo and Josephine by Maria Gripe
    26. Big Ben by David Harry Walker
    27. Goldie the Dollmaker by M.B. Goffstein
    28. A Cavalcade of Goblins by Alan Garner
    29. Have a Ball by A. Harris Stone and Bertram M. Siegel
    30. The Button Boat by Glendon F. Swarthout and Kathryn Swarthout
    31. The Art of India by Shirley Glubok
    32. Plants for Plots: Projects for Indoor Gardeners by D.X. Fenten
    33. The Young United States, 1783-1830 by Edwin Tunis
    34. Julia Harrington: Winnebago, Iowa, 1913 by Richard Pike Bissell
    35. Banner, Forward! by Eva Rappaport
    36. Name: Johnny Pierce by Barbara Rinkoff
    37. The Cedars of Charlo by Virginia Weisel Johnson
    38. Standing Lions by Mary Ray
    39. The Mermaid's Daughter by Joyce Gard
    40. Cleared for Takeoff by Charles Ira Coombs
    41. Wonders of Ancient Chinese Science by Robert Silverberg
    42. When Movies Began to Speak by Frank Manchel
    43. Claudia, Where Are You? by Hila Colman
    44. City in All Directions by Arnold Adoff
    45. The Ramayana by Elizabeth Seeger
    46. The Shaping of England by Isaac Asimov
    47. Fogarty by Emily Cheney Neville
    48. The Waters of November by Howard Greenfeld
    49. Danger--Men Talking! by Stuart Chase
    50. Poems from India by Daisy Aldan
    51. Hound of the Sea by Leonard P. Wibberley
    52. The Spotted Sphinx by Joy Adamson
    53. Jane Austen and Her World by Marghanita Laski
    54. Allegra's Child by Jennette D. Letton
    The Saturday Review, November 8, 1969, pp. 62-72
  57. Fall Books for Young People
    Choosing and Using Picture Books
    The Saturday Review, November 14, 1970, p. 33
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    Fall Books for Young People (26 Reviews)
    Nobody Asked Me if I Wanted a Baby Sister, by Martha Alexander
    1. Nobody Asked Me if I Wanted a Baby Sister by Martha Alexander
    2. If I Built a Village by Kazue Mizumura
    3. Theodore's Rival by Edward Ormondroyd
    4. Veronica and the Birthday Present by Roger Duvoisin
    5. Me Day by Joan M. Lexau
    6. Apt. 3 by Ezra Jack Keats
    7. The Carrot and Other Root Vegetables by Millicent E. Selsam
    8. Hot and Cold and in Between by Robert Froman
    9. Hot as an Ice Cube by Philip Balestrino
    10. What's Inside? by Henry Humphrey
    11. The Provensen Book of Fairy Tales by Alice Provensen and Martin Provensen
    12. A Year in the Life of Rosie Bernard by Barbara Brenner
    13. Hermes, Lord of Robbers by Penelope Proddow
    14. Have You Seen a Comet? by Anne Pellowski, Helen Sattley, and Joyce Arkhurst, ...
    15. Magdalena by Louisa R. Shotwell
    16. A Game of Dark by William Mayne
    17. The Planet of Junior Brown by Virginia Hamilton
    18. By the Highway Home by Mary Stolz
    19. The Town that Launders Its Water by Leonard A. Stevens
    20. The Phaedra Complex by Jeannette Eyerly
    21. Emmeline and Her Daughters by Iris Noble
    22. Chief by Frank Bonham
    23. The God Beneath the Sea by Leon Garfield and Edward Blishen
    24. Encounters with the Archdruid by John McPhee
    25. Deer Run by Edward Connolly
    26. Lions on the Lawn by Mary Chipperfield
    The Saturday Review, November 13, 1971, pp. 59-63
  59. Festival for Readers
    The Saturday Review, December 21, 1968, pp. 28-29
  60. Over the Moon (1989)
  61. [+]
    Spring Books for Young People (60 Reviews)
    My Spain: A Storyteller's Year of Collecting, by Ruth Sawyer
    1. My Spain: A Storyteller's Year of Collecting by Ruth Sawyer
    2. Teaching to Read, Historically Considered by Mitford M. Mathews
    3. Written for Children by John Rowe Townsend
    4. Books and the Teen-Age Reader by G. Robert Carlsen
    5. Every Day a Dragon by Joan M. Lexau
    6. Feather or Fur by Grete Mannheim
    7. We Read: A to Z by Donald Crews
    8. One Monday Morning by Uri Shulevitz
    9. Becky by Julia Wilson
    10. The Wedding Procession of the Rag Doll and the Broom Handle and Who Was in It by Carl Sandburg
    11. Too Much Nose: An Italian Tale by Harve Zemach
    12. The Tsar's Riddles by Guy Daniels
    13. Palmiero and the Ogre by Janina Domanska
    14. Small Pond by Marguerite Walters
    15. Best Friends by Myra Berry Brown
    16. My Mother and I by Aileen Fisher
    17. The Dragon by Archibald Marshall
    18. Le Poulet: A Rooster Who Laid Eggs by Robin Fox
    19. Benjy's Luck by Edith Brecht
    20. The Cat, the Horse, and the Miracle by Giggy Lezra
    21. How to Eat a Poem and Other Morsels by Rose H. Agree
    22. Troll Weather by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
    23. David, Young Chief of the Quileutes by Ruth Kirk
    24. Autun and the Bear by Anita MacRae Feagles
    25. Chalou by Natalie Savage Carlson
    26. This Is Texas by Miroslav Sasek
    27. The Bottom of the Sea by Augusta Goldin
    28. The Moonball by Ursula Moray Williams
    29. The Sea Egg by L.M. Boston
    30. A Likely Place by Paula Fox
    31. Tit for Tat, and Other Latvian Folk Tales by Mae Durham
    32. The Wind Chasers by Ester Wier
    33. The Magic Summer by Noel Streatfeild
    34. Billions of Years of You by Robert Froman
    35. Spider of Brooklyn Heights by Nancy Veglahn
    36. The Egypt Game by Zilpha Keatley Snyder
    37. Claymore and Kilt by Sorche Nic Leodhas
    38. Moon Eyes by Josephine Poole
    39. Katia by E.M. Almedingen
    40. Franklin D. Roosevelt: Portrait of a Great Man by Gerald W. Johnson
    41. D. H. Lawrence: Poems Selected for Young People by William Cole and D.H. Lawrence
    42. The Teddy Bear Habit: Or How I Became a Winner by James Lincoln Collier
    43. Earthfasts by William Mayne
    44. The Spanish Letters by Mollie Hunter
    45. Harlem Summer by Mary Elizabeth Vroman
    46. Stories from Across Canada by Bernard L. McEvoy
    47. The Animals Came In One by One by Buster Lloyd-Jones
    48. The Story of World Religions by Katherine Savage
    49. The Count Who Wished He Were a Peasant by Morris H. Philipson
    50. Seesaws to Cosmic Rays: A First View of Physics by Mitchell A. Wilson
    51. The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton
    52. The New Land by Phillip Viereck
    53. The Little Fishes by Erik Christian Haugaard
    54. Stonecliff by Robert Nathan
    55. The Holy Land in the Time of Jesus by Norman Kotker
    56. The Marsh King by C. Walter Hodges
    57. Among the Maya Ruins by Ann Sutton and Myron Sutton
    58. Season of the Briar by Hesba Brinsmead-Hungerford
    59. Ismo by John Verney
    60. The Wishing Tree by William Faulkner
    The Saturday Review, May 13, 1967, pp. 47-60
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