Books by Josh Greenhut

WINNIE'S GREAT WAR by Lindsay Mattick
Released: Sept. 18, 2018

"A charming addition to Pooh lore that will send readers happily back to the Hundred-Acre Wood. (Historical fiction. 8-12)"
The biography of the world's most beloved bear finds a whole new audience in this winsome new work about Winnie. Read full book review >
A CHRISTMAS CAROL by Charles Dickens
Released: Oct. 1, 2009

The beloved Christmas classic is skillfully adapted for this simplified introduction to the tale, amplified by large-format art from the illustrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events. Helquist's artistic style is an excellent match for the Dickensian world of mysterious spirits and spooky graveyards, and the illustrations are full of authentic Victorian details in costumes and settings. The extra-large trim size gives him plenty of room to depict the complex scenes of Scrooge's travels through time and space, and the artist succeeds in making him a believable character who transitions from a grouchy, gray grump to a jovial fellow ready to enjoy life. This abridgement makes the original story accessible to a wide age range and would be a fine preparation for families preparing to attend a theatrical production of A Christmas Carol. (Picture book. 7-12)Read full book review >