Books by Sheila Keenan

DOGS OF WAR by Sheila Keenan
Released: Oct. 29, 2013

"A must for dog lovers and fans of military history and historical fiction. (author's note, further reading) (Graphic historical fiction. 9-12)"
Three illustrated vignettes evince the deep bond between a man and his best friend in the midst of wartime. Read full book review >
TOILET by David Macaulay
Released: Sept. 10, 2013

"Even readers who received fastidious toilet training and admonitions against potty humor will let down their guard and find this book both informative and entertaining. (glossary, resources, index, author's notes) (Informational early reader. 7 & up)"
A perfect blend of humor and clarity—in text and in artwork—explains the anatomy of human waste, the mechanics of a flush toilet and the subsequent treatment of waste in septic and sewer systems. Read full book review >
AS THE CROW FLIES by Sheila Keenan
Released: Sept. 18, 2012

"A helpful addition to the nature shelf, especially for its uncommon focus on urban birds. (Picture book. 4-7)"
Rhyming couplets celebrate the abilities and ubiquity of crows and the noisy crowds of a city winter roost. Read full book review >
CASTLE by David Macaulay
Released: Sept. 18, 2012

"And will a young scholar read it again and look for more? You bet—it's great fuel for the imagination. (Nonfiction early reader. 4-8)"
Hooray for the launch of a new nonfiction series for newly fledged readers! Read full book review >
O, SAY CAN YOU SEE? by Sheila Keenan
HISTORY
Released: Sept. 1, 2004

"Not a necessary purchase. (Nonfiction. 3-4)"
"The powerful symbols in this book stand for what the United States stands for: liberty, equality, and freedom." Read full book review >