Books by Stevie Lewis

LOST IN THE LIBRARY by Josh Funk
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 28, 2018

"An inviting entree, if (not unlike the institution itself) a bit staid. (endnotes) (Picture book. 5-7)"
When one of the marble lions guarding the main entrance to the New York Public Library goes AWOL, the other scampers off in pursuit. Read full book review >
PRINCE & KNIGHT by Daniel Haack
CHILDREN'S
Released: May 1, 2018

"Victorious—it may even usurp King & King (2001) as the premier queer-friendly fairy tale for this age set. (Picture book. 4-8)"
A prince of marriageable age looks far and wide for a partner who sings the same tune. Read full book review >
BLUEBERRY PANCAKES FOREVER by Angelica Banks
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 7, 2017

"Richly complex and nourishing. (Fantasy. 10-13)"
The third book in the Finding Serendipity series finds Tuesday McGillycuddy back in the fictional world of Vivienne Small, but this time Tuesday's adversary is a jealous character of her mother's own imagination. Read full book review >
A WEEK WITHOUT TUESDAY by Angelica Banks
CHILDREN'S
Released: Feb. 2, 2016

"A stimulating read that validates and encourages the creative impulse—highly recommended. (Fantasy. 8-14)"
In this middle-grade sequel to Finding Serendipity (2015), Tuesday McGillycuddy, Baxterr the dog, and the fictional, winged Vivienne Small continue their adventures in the worlds of writerly imagination.Read full book review >
A CAST IS THE PERFECT ACCESSORY by Allison Gutknecht
CHILDREN'S
Released: March 4, 2014

"Even the most wayward child readers would agree that Mandy needs stronger adult direction. (Fiction. 7-10)"
Eight-year-old Mandy is back, as bossy and insecure as ever (Don't Wear Polka-Dot Underwear with White Pants, 2013). Read full book review >
DON'T WEAR POLKA-DOT UNDERWEAR WITH WHITE PANTS by Allison Gutknecht
CHILDREN'S
Released: Nov. 12, 2013

"A less-strident Mandy would be welcome if she makes any further appearances. (Fiction. 6-9)"
Second-grader Mandy (her mother thinks it's "Amanda") has strong opinions about everything, including her name. Read full book review >