Books by Anne Lindbergh

NICK OF TIME by Anne Lindbergh
Released: May 1, 1994

With its earnestly wholesome principles, the progressive little school in Alcott, N.H., could have been designed by Bronson Alcott himself; but despite the idealistic pedantry of its founder/headmaster (who prefers the title ``Fugleman''), what goes on among its eight pupils (who are markedly smarter than their ``mentors'' [teachers]) is farce. Read full book review >
TRAVEL FAR, PAY NO FARE by Anne Lindbergh
Released: Oct. 30, 1992

"Not one of Lindbergh's best; this could use some of the zany humor she brought to Nobody's Orphan (1983). (Fiction. 8-12)"
A muddled fantasy-cum-problem novel, narrated by Owen, 12, whose divorced mother plans to marry the widower of her late sister. Read full book review >
THREE LIVES TO LIVE by Anne Lindbergh
Released: May 1, 1992

"Enjoy. (Fiction. 9-13)"
The author of The Shadow on the Dial (1987) puts a new wrinkle in one of her favorite themes: time travel. Read full book review >