Books by Tracey Campbell Pearson

TUCK-IN TIME by Carole Gerber
CHILDREN'S
Released: Aug. 19, 2014

"A charming bedtime read-aloud. (Picture book. 1-4)"
Bedtime rituals comfort and reassure a mom and her little one. Read full book review >
THE AWFUL AARDVARKS GO TO SCHOOL by Reeve Lindbergh
ABC BOOKS
Released: Sept. 1, 1997

"Understand if you will, it was Utterly awful, Those Vandals were Vicious, and Very unlawful''—come across as much ado about nothing. (Picture book. 3-7)"
There are plenty of alphabet books around—and not a few really good ones—so it may not be the faults of Lindbergh and Pearson (the team behind There's a Cow in the Road!, 1993) that they make, here, the merest of ripples. Read full book review >
RATS! by Jane Cutler
CHILDREN'S
Released: April 22, 1996

"Though lacking the depth and psychological insight of a Cleary or Hurwitz novel, Cutler's offers the pleasures of a 1950s sitcom: mild humor, problems solved quickly and easily, and family life the way we want it to be. (b&w illustrations) (Fiction. 7-10)"
Five humorous short stories about the Fraser brothers—Edward and Jason—who first appeared in No Dogs Allowed (1992). Read full book review >
THERE'S A COW IN THE ROAD! by Reeve Lindbergh
ANIMALS
Released: Aug. 1, 1993

"A joyous, comical pacesetter for a busy morning. (Picture book. 4-7)"
``...She's a big one too,/Browsing on blossoms/Drenched with dew.'' In spritely verse, a child getting ready for school reports the drama accumulating outside her Vermont farmhouse window: traffic halts, minutes pass, and more animals congregate- -plus a paperboy treed by ``...a goat in the road! Read full book review >
NO DOGS ALLOWED by Jane Cutler
CHILDREN'S
Released: Oct. 30, 1992

"Still, the dialogue is on target, and the brothers make an engaging pair whose antics are sure to entertain Cleary and Hurwitz fans. (Fiction. 7-10)"
The author of Family Dinner (1992, reviewed 12/15/91) brings the same humorously perceptive eye to five stories for younger readers, each a revealing incident involving Edward Fraser (five) and his older brother Jason. Read full book review >