The following fall 2005 sneak previews were not included in PW's Spring Children's Announcements Issue (Feb. 21).
Wendy Lamb Books takes the throne for The King of Mulberry Street by Donna Jo Napoli, a novel set in New York City; Willow Run by Patricia Reilly Giff is a sequel to Lily's Crossing; in Mr. Chickee's Funny Money by Christopher Paul Curtis, Flint Future Detective Steven finds himself wanted by the Feds; Eyes of the Emperor by Graham Salisbury is a companion novel to Under the Blood Red Sun; and The Dark Flight Down by Marcus Sedgwick is a sequel to The Book of Dead Days.
Walker gets maternal with Earth Mother by Leo and Diane Dillon, an original folktale; Walter the Giant Storyteller's Giant Book of Giant Stories by Walter Mayes, a collection of stories about giants; I.Q. the mouse returns in I.Q., It's Time by Mary Ann Fraser; The Founders by Dennis Brindell Fradin, illustrated by Michael McCurdy, is a companion to The Signers; and Fame, Glory, and Other Things on My To Do List by Janette Rallison tells of a 16-year-old who dreams of Hollywood and fame.
Corrections to Spring Listings
See You in Free Amsterdam from Star Bright Books retails for $29.95, not $13.95; Alex's Lemonade Stand from Running Press Kids is a true story about a girl, not a boy.