Books by David Wilgus

HERE THERE BE WITCHES by Jane Yolen
Released: Sept. 1, 1995

"Following series format, Wilgus's detailed and extremely polished pencil drawings are included, but this time appear somewhat staid in the midst of Yolen's happy-go-lucky structure. (Anthology. 12+)"
The third entry in the series that spawned Here There Be Unicorns (1994) and Here There Be Dragons (1993) has 17 stories, clever poems, rousing parodies, and short pieces in diverse genres about different varieties of witches and wizards, including the hags from Macbeth, Baba Yaga, Pythagoras, an Arapaho Indian shaman, Merlin, and an assortment of others. Read full book review >
HERE THERE BE UNICORNS by Jane Yolen
Released: Oct. 17, 1994

"The unicorn deserves better. (Stories/Poetry. 10+)"
The prolific Yolen (Old Dame Counterpane, p. 1419, etc.) follows her collection of stories and poems about dragons, There Must be Dragons (1993), with this similar collection about unicorns. Read full book review >
HERE THERE BE DRAGONS by Jane Yolen
Released: Nov. 1, 1993

"Inviting. (Fiction. 10+)"
New, reworked, or reprinted—13 stories and poems. Read full book review >
THE JEWEL OF LIFE by Anna Kirwan-Vogel
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 1991

"Still, the author knows her herbal and alchemical lore and creates vivid, scary monsters. (Fiction. 11-14)"
Old Crowe the apothecary/alchemist is fortunate in his new apprentice: young Duffy may be an unprepossessing orphan, but he displays both a lively curiosity and an unsuspected talent for magic. Read full book review >