The following listing was not included in our spring children's announcement listings (February 10).
Jitters in the Jungle ($9.95, 1-901737-42-X) by Noel Ward, illus. by Terry Myler. Can an elephant win a match against a lion? (6-up)
Flash Fox and Bono Bear ($9.95, 1-901737-43-8) by Tessa Moore, illus. by Terry Myler. Bono Bear applies for a job at Flash Fox's corner shop. (6-up)
Circle of Daredevils ($9.95, 1-901737-39-X) by Paul Bradshaw, illus. by Terry Myler. A daredevil gang investigates a light in a spooky house high on a cliff. (8-up)
The following listings were not included in our fall 2003 Sneak Previews.
Abrams steps into fall with Cirque De Soleil: A Parade of Colors by Patrisha Robertson, which takes a lyrical look at colors; The Twelve Days of Kindergarten by Deborah Lee Rose, illus. by Carey Armstrong-Ellis, a counting book; Babar's Museum by Laurent de Brunhoff, which turns a train station into a museum; Romare Bearden by Jan Greenberg, a biography; and Searching for Anne Frank by Susan Rubin with the Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance, which includes interviews with childhood friends of Anne Frank.
Hyperion welcomes fall with Brundibar, retold by Tony Kushner, illus. by Maurice Sendak, which follows a boy and his sister as they triumph over Brundibar, a hurdy-gurdy grinder.
Correction: The spring title Z Goes Home by Jon Agee, published by Hyperion Books for Children, will be published under the Michael di Capua Books imprint.