The following were not included in our Spring Children's Announcement Issue (Feb. 12).



The Zebra-Striped Whale with the Polka-Dot Tail by Shari Faden Donahue ($18). Maxime and Ariele go on a journey and discover that all that glitters is not gold. (All ages)


The Three Pigs by David Wiesner ($16). The Caldecott Medalist deconstructs the classic nursery rhyme. (5-up)


Through the Lock by Carol Otis Hurst ($15) is a historical thriller focusing on a young runaway in 1840s New England. (10-14)


(Baker & Taylor, dist.)

Paperback SeriesMath Matters adds Carrie Measures Up, Henry Keeps Score, Kitten Castle, Math Fair Blues and Play Date ($4.95 each, 4-8).


SeriesThe First Bible Collection adds Baby's First Easter and Baby's First Bible Songs ($8.99, up to 3); Noah is a new Chunky Bible Playbook ($6.99, 6 mos.-3 yrs.); Windows on the Seasons adds Spring, Summer and Autumn ($5.99 each, 1-3); Fisher-Price gains Noisy Friends, Happy Colors, What's My Job?, Who Lives Here?, My Big Bright World and My Busy Day ($7.99 each, 6 mos-up); My Noddy Soft Beads adds Noddy on the Move and Noddy's Picnic ($6.99 each, 1-3); My Noddy Soft Tabs adds Noddy and the Lost Animals ($7.99, 1-3); Bear in the Big Blue House gains Sniff! Sniff!, How's the Weather? and Party Time! ($7.99 each, 2-5); Cuddly Friends adds Funny Bunnies ($5.99, 2-5); Bible Friends Lift-the-Flap adds Who Says That? and Who's Hiding? ($4.99, 3-5); Barbie adds My Favorite Things, What Time Is It? and Barbie Birthday Keeper ($8.99, 3-5); Reader's Digest Explorer Guide gains Dig It! and Up Close! ($14.99 each, 7-10); Wiggly Fingers adds Hullabaloo at the Zoo and Bug-a-Doodle ($5.99, 3-5); Soft Tabs adds My Many Hats and The Pet I'll Get ($8.99 each, 3-5); Pop-Up Play gains My Best Pet and Sam's Scary Night ($8.99 each, 3-5); and Naturescapes adds Dinosaurs: The Age of Giant Creatures and Mountains: An Inside Look at Earth's Forces ($14.99 each, 7-10).


Pugdog by Andrea U'Ren (FSG) was incorrectly listed, in the spring listings. And the correct phone number for Scratch & Scribble Press is (631) 345-2100.

The following were not included in our Sneak Previews listing.


Barron's heads into fall with The Big Baby Bear Book, a picture book by John Prater; That's Not Fair, Hare! by Julie Sykes and Tim Warnes, a take on the classic Tortoise and the Hare story; Newton by Rory Tyger, the story of a little bear afraid of nighttime noises; Hush-a-Bye Babies by Janet Slingsby, illus. by Andy Beckett, about little ones settling down for the night; The Hoppameleon by Paul Geraghty, about an odd creature at a time when the world was young; and Wish Come True Cat by Ragnhild Scamme and Gaby Hansen, a story about a girl who wishes for a cat and gets more than she bargained for.


New to the Clarion list will be We Were There by Eve Bunting, illus. by Wendell Minor, a story about lesser-known creatures that were also at the Nativity; The Little Drummer Boy, illus. by Kristina Rodanas, a picture-book version of the classic song; The Great Pig Search by Eileen Christelow, a sequel to The Great Pig Escape; Nursery Classics by Paul Galdone is a collection of four books; and In the Days of the Vaqueros: America's First True Cowboys by Russell Freedman, a lesson in the Spanish and Mexican backdrop of the American West.


Hyperion smartens up this fall with their Baby Einstein book series by Julie Aigner-Clark, designed as infant teaching tools; Dumpy Saves Christmas by Julie Andrews-Edwards and Emma Walton Hamilton, illus. by Tony Walton, a Yuletide Dumpy tale; and Yoko's Paper Cranes by Rosemary Wells, further adventures of this Japanese kitten.


Michael di Capua Books will offer I'm Not Bobby by Jules Feiffer, the story of a boy who is a monster, an airplane—anything but Bobby.


Jump at the Sun greets the season with Diaries of a Light-Skinned Colored Boy by E. Lynn Harris, a first children's book from the bestselling author, the story of a 14-year-old aspiring writer living in 1970s Arkansas.

A complete and revised A—Z announcements listing is available at www.publishers 20010212_94397.asp.