Welcome to the July and August 2014 issue of Through the Looking Glass Children’s Book Reviews. I have put together a wonderful collection of reviews for you for this issue, and I hope you enjoy reading the reviews as much as I enjoyed writing them.
Dragon! People all over the world tell stories about dragons. Many of us are fascinated by the great lizard-like creatures that can fly and blow fire. Some dragons are fearsome predators that enjoy a tasty human morsel every so often. Others are friendly creatures that humans form close bonds with. In this collection of book titles, readers of ages are sure to find a title or two (or more) that will interest them.
Summer is a time for vacations, long sunny days spent outdoors, and, for many of us, days spent at the beach. There really is nothing quite like eating an ice cream cone on a warm day, playing in the waves with friends, and building sandcastles that have tall towers and sea shell windows. Summer is also a time when many children have the time to read. The two features here are full of books of all kinds for readers of all ages.
Every month TTLG chooses a series to spotlight. The series can be in any genre, and it may be complete or a project that is ongoing. This month: The WondLa Books - Novels about a girl who has to save the world she loves.
Every month TTLG highlights the work and life of an author or illustrator. This month's spotlight features
The Albert Whitman Company has been publishing children’s books since 1919. We are best known for the classic series The Boxcar Children® Mysteries, but we are so much more. Our ...
Every month TTLG creates a calendar of birthdays, anniversaries, and holidays. Many calendar items are linked to reviews of books we think you will enjoy reading. Through the linked books you can find out about people who have influenced history, events that have shaken the world, and celebrate holidays you enjoy. Check back here every issue to find interesting titles.
For Authors and Illustrators: This page is for children's book authors and illustrators. Here they find how to submit books for review, and lists of resources to help in their work.
For Publishers: This page is for children's book publishers. Here they find how to submit books for review, how TTLG can help publicize their books, and how to sign up for TTLG's monthly editorial calendar.