Books by Richard Kennedy

LITTLE LOVE SONG by Richard Kennedy
Released: Jan. 15, 1992

"Fine for sprucing up the Valentine's Day shelf. (Picture book. 4+)"
In sprightly doggerel, a lighthearted blend of fresh images (``My darling's eyes are as bright as tea''), and more colloquial passages (``A witch enchanted me to be small,/for stepping upon her toes./She had her reasons, I had mine./Lousy luck, that's the way it goes''), the man-sized narrator explains about his Thumbelina-sized love, her domestic arrangements (she lives in a peanut shell), and their unique manner of getting together: ``after supping on pickles and pie,'' he dreams about her to his heart's content (never mind hers). Read full book review >
SIMON by Richard Kennedy
Released: Feb. 25, 1954

"Historical romance on an old theme, broad enough to give it new life."
England during Cromwell's revolution, and especially that part of Devon which saw the heat of it, backgrounds an adventure of loyalties and plots, highlights a character and vividly paints the issues with which he has to deal. Read full book review >