Books by John Howe

THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE by Jean Vautrin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 1, 2003

"Unabashedly in the tradition of Hugo: an old-fashioned narrative that builds up a head of steam quickly and has plentiful enough action to make up for the thinness of its leading players."
French Vautrin, 1989winner of the Prix Goncourt, debuts here with a sweeping epic tale of Paris under the 1871 Commune. Read full book review >
THE MAN WHO LIT THE STARS by Claude Clément
CHILDREN'S
Released: Sept. 1, 1992

"The message seems a little insistent, especially after three books; still, this is the best so far, and the image is compellingly presented, especially in the illustrations. (Picture book. 5-9)"
From the author of The Painter and the Wild Swans (1986) and The Voice of the Wood (1989), a third fable about creativity and the imagination, less complex but equally dominated by symbols. Read full book review >