Book Reviews

The Internet Writing Journal, August 2001

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Children's Books

The Complete Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis, Illustrated by Pauline Baynes (HarperCollins)
Everyone's Noisy by Ed Vere (Orchard Books)
Katie and the Sunflowers by James Mayhew (Orchard Books)
Nutik, The Wolf Pup by Jean Craighead George, Illustrated by Ted Rand (HarperCollins)
Old Turtle by Douglas Wood, Watercolors by Cheng-Khee Chee (Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers)
Sammy and the Robots by Ian Whybrow, Illustrated by Adrian Reynolds (Orchard Books)

Computer Books

Maximum Security Third Edition by Anonymous (Sams)
Photoshop 6 Artistry : Mastering the Digital Image by Barry Haynes and Wendy Crumpler (New Riders)
Special Edition Using Macromedia Flash 5 by Darrel Plant and Robert Cleveland (Que)
Surviving Security by Mandy Andress (Sams)
Web Site Design Goodies by Joe Burns, Ph.D. (Que)


Lara Croft Tomb Raider: Tech Manual by Michael Jan Friedman (Pocket Books)
Sir Apropros of Nothing by Peter David (Pocket Books)

General Fiction

Mourning Glory by Warren Adler (Kensington)
The Woman Next Door by Barbara Delinsky (Simon and Schuster)


Green Grow the Victims by Jeanne M. Dams (Walker)
The Gripping Beast by Margot Wadley (St. Martin's Press)
The Informer by Akimitsu Takagi, Translated by Sadako Mizuguchi (Soho Press)
Slayer of Gods by Lynda S. Robinson (Mysterious Press)
Sticks & Scones by Diane Mott Davidson (Bantam)


How to Cook by Delia Smith, Miki Duisterhof, Photographer (DK Books)
Not Much Fun : The Lost Poems of Dorothy Parker edited by Stuart Y. Silverstein (Scribner)
Wild Nights : Nature Returns to the City by Anne Matthews (North Point Press)


Just Breathe by Dee Davis (Ballantine)
Moving Target by Elizabeth Lowell (William Morrow)


The Complete Idiot's Guide to Publishing Children's Books by Harold D. Underdown and Lynne Rominger (Alpha Books)
Telling Lies For Fun & Profit by Lawrence Block (William Morrow)
2002-2003 Writer's Guide to Hollywood Producers, Directors and Screenwriter's Agents by Skip Press (Prima)