Welcome to the March and April 2015 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 have enjoyed writing them.
by Sara Raasch
Sixteen years ago the Kingdom of Winter was invaded. Soldiers from the Kingdom of Spring infiltrated the country and then attacked. Thousands of people were killed, thousands were captured and enslaved. The queen of Winter was killed and her magic Royal Conduit, a locket, was ...
Art and Artists: For this issue's special feature, I look at books about art and artists that are for readers of all ages. Some of these book are histories and biographies, some are stories, and some are how-to books that will inspire young artists to try creating their own works of art.
Spring is a time of fresh beginnings and renewal. It is a time when children can once again play outdoors, and when all kinds of changes are taking place in the natural world. Baby animals are being born, flowers are blooming, little green leaves are sprouting. Enjoy spring with some delightful springy books for readers of all ages.
Every month TTLG chooses a series to spotlight. The series can be from any genre, and it may be complete or a project that is ongoing. This month: Amelia's Notebooks - Books, in journal form, that are both funny and insightful
Every month TTLG highlights the work and life of an author or illustrator. This month's spotlight features
The Global Fund for Children (GFC) dreams of a world where all children grow up to be productive, caring citizens of a global society. To this end, GFC supports small, ...
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.