Books by Rebecca Guay

Released: Feb. 1, 2013

"Entertaining and eye-opening. (bibliography, index) (Collective biography. 12-15)"
Brief, breezy profiles of women who committed crimes, from Delilah to Catherine the Great to gangster moll Virginia Hill, with comic-strip commentary from the authors. Read full book review >
BLACK PEARLS by Louise Hawes
Released: May 19, 2008

"A cover blurb from Holly Black coupled with Rebecca Guay's curvaceous pencil drawings will draw fans to this worthwhile collection of sensuous fantasy. (Fantasy/short stories. YA)"
Seven classic fairy tales receive mature, magical and sometimes erotic happily-never-after retellings. Read full book review >
MUTI’S NECKLACE by Louise Hawes
Released: June 26, 2006

"Evocative pretend-papyrus papers and glowing, detailed watercolor-and-gouache pictures of the comely Pharaoh, his serving girls in richly adorned, diaphanous dresses and Egyptian icons galore give a fairy-tale feel to this immoderately romantic telling. (Picture book. 5-9)"
Inspired by an ancient tale (probably "The Story of the Green Jewel," although the author does not name it), and subtitled "The Oldest Story in the World" (which other sources identify as Gilgamesh), this is the story of Muti, "daughter of Egypt," who from birth has worn the precious turquoise-and-carnelian necklace crafted by her loving father. Read full book review >