Book Reviews

The Internet Writing Journal, May 2001
*Click on the book's title below to read to the review.


Children's Books

Desser the Best Ever Cat by Maggie Smith (Knopf)
Drawing! (Sesame Street: Elmo's World) edited by Apple J. Jordan (Random House)
Gaspard on Vacation by Anne Gutman, Illustrated by Goerg Hallensleben (Knopf)
It's Simple, Said Simon by Mary Ann Hoberman, Illustrated by Meilo So (Knopf)
The Seventh Tower #3: Aenir by Garth Nix, Illustrated by Steve Rawlings (Scholastic Lucas Books)


Computer Books

Photoshop 6 Effects Magic by Rhoda Grossman and Sherry London (New Riders)
PHP and MySQL Web Development by Luke Welling and Laura Thomson (Sams)
Special Edition Using Adobe Illustrator 9 by Peter Bauer (Que)
XHTML by Chelsea Valentine and Chris Minnick (New Riders)


Fantasy/SF

The Beyond by Jeffrey Ford (Eos)
Krondor: Tear of the Gods by Raymond Feist (Eos)
Lirael by Garth Nix (HarperCollins)
Thief of Time by Terry Pratchett (HarperCollins)


Mystery/Thriller

The Babel Effect by Daniel Hecht (Crown Books)
The Death of a Dustman by M.C. Beaton (Mysterious Press)
Flight by Jan Burke (Simon and Schuster)
Mesmerized by Gayle Lynds (Pocket Books)


Nonfiction

Angel Whiskers edited by Laurel E. Hunt (Hyperion)
The Circle of Healing by Cathy Holt (Talking Bird Press)


Romance

Charming Lily by Fern Michaels (Kensington)
The Indiscretion by Judith Ivory (Avon)
Time After Time by Constance O'Day-Flannery (Avon)


Writing

Everyday Life in the 1800s by Marc McCutcheon (Writer's Digest Books)
Everything You Need to Know to Write Publish & Market Your Book by Patrika Vaughn (A Cappella Publishing)
Get Organized, Get Published by Don Aslett and Carol Cartaino (Writer's Digest Books)
Get Your First Book Published by Jason Shinder (Career Press)

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