Books by Kathy Tucker

THE SEVEN CHINESE SISTERS by Kathy Tucker
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 1, 2003

"An entertaining feminist twist not to be confused with the original, this has strong female protagonists to help balance the rather strained story. (Folktale. 5-8)"
It was bound to happen in this era of feminized folk tales: a regendered version of what the blurb calls "a classic Chinese folk tale," though the only thing this has in common with the classic is the number of protagonists. Read full book review >
DO COWBOYS RIDE BIKES? by Kathy Tucker
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 1, 1997

"While children will enjoy the fluff, they won't come away with much to chew on from this heapin' helpin' of Old West nonsense. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Tucker and Westcott (Do Pirates Take Baths?, 1994, not reviewed) turn to the cowboy life in rollicking verse and pictures. Read full book review >