Books by Richard Tulloch

FREAKY STUFF by Richard Tulloch
Released: April 1, 2007

"Aside from an earnest, unconvincing screed about violence on TV, this otherwise nonstop romp, which is strewn with faux-crude ink drawings done on torn loose-leaf (plus a set of small flip-page images), is perfectly tuned to its intended middle-grade audience. (Fiction. 9-11)"
In a second round of droll ups and downs, Brian, the young narrator of Weird Stuff (2006), struggles to cope with his little brother Matthew's total identification with a crew of kickboxing zombie fighters on a new TV show. Read full book review >
WEIRD STUFF by Richard Tulloch
Released: May 1, 2006

"Tulloch shoehorns in so many subplots, extraneous characters and earnest passages of creative writing advice that the tale seems overstuffed, but aspiring young writers, at least, will appreciate Brian's epiphany. (Fiction. 11-13)"
A lad discovers that the path to greater self-esteem is paved with Words in this angst-ridden, occasionally funny import. Read full book review >
DANNY IN THE TOYBOX by Richard Tulloch
Released: Sept. 18, 1991

"Greder's large, informal pictures extend the humor and the family interaction. (Picture book. 3-7)"
Tantrum time, followed by sulks: Danny's in the toybox and won't come out—never, for the rest of his life. Read full book review >