D. James Smith’s novel, The Boys of San Joaquin, may be considered a mystery–after all, it won the Edgar Award for Best Juvenile Mystery in 2006–and it may be technically a children’s book, but neither classification should in any way limit its audience. … Read more.
[openbook booknumber=”ISBN:1584300817 ” templatenumber=”2″] There are children’s picture books that are funny, sweet, sentimental, subversive, atmospheric, or surreal. And every so often there are picture books that perfectly capture an authentic experience of childhood. … Read more.