Books by Nancy Doniger

LEMONADE by Bob Raczka
Released: March 15, 2011

"Fun as a prompt for poetic exploration but less fulfilling as a stand-alone volume. (Poetry. 8-12)"
Fresh off his engaging Guyku: A Year of Haiku for Boys (illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds, 2010) and inspired by the work of Andrew Russ, Raczka continues to dabble in short lyric forms, here experimenting with images conjured up by breaking down a single word. Read full book review >
MORNING, NOON, AND NIGHT by Sharon Taberski
Released: April 1, 1996

"Doniger's cut-paper collages fairly whistle with cheerfulness, featuring children of different races and varying capabilities, from the wheelchair-bound to a tightrope walker. (Picture book/poetry. 4-7) . . ."
Morning, Noon, and Night ($14.95; April 1996; 32 pp.; 1-57255-128-3): Subtitled ``Poems to Fill Your Day,'' Taberski and Doniger's first book divides the day into segments recognizable to children: ``Waking Up,'' ``On the Way to School,'' ``During the School Day,'' ``After School,'' and ``Going to Bed.'' Familiar poems by Ogden Nash, Lilian Moore, Valerie Worth, Langston Hughes, and others have been slipped amiably into these sections. Read full book review >