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  • How Santa Lost His Job
    Schindler, downsizing hits the North Pole when the elves vote to sack Santa in the name of efficiency.
    10/01/2001
  • The Snow Globe Family
    In a priceless spread, Schindler (The Cod's Tale ) depicts Baby's big eyes as seen by the snow globe family.
    10/23/2006
  • GRANDY THAXTER'S HELPER
    Schindler's rendering of Mister Death's mortified expressions as Grandy drafts him into a seemingly endless series of chores will have youngsters in stitches.
    09/20/2004
  • THREE PEBBLES AND A SONG
    Schindler (One Witch, Children's Forecasts, Aug. 4) offers some of his most striking work to date in this well-crafted book.
    08/25/2003
  • THE RUNAWAY PUMPKIN
    Schindler (Skeleton Hiccups), in amusing but untidy compositions, gives each person an astonished expression and a thought-balloon flash of pumpkin bread, soup or pie.
    08/04/2003
  • The Earth is Painted Green: A Garden of Poems about Our Planet
    s two-line joke about broccoli (which the grocer is out of, ``Loccoli'').
    02/28/1994
  • Big Pumpkin
    Accordingly, in Schindler's hands the cast looks not so much spooky as spirited.
    08/31/1992
  • Whuppity Stoorie: A Scottish Folktale
    Schindler (Is This a Home for Hermit Crab?)
    04/28/1997
  • ONE WITCH
    Schindler's (Runaway Pumpkin, reviewed below) closely observed, echoes-of-Gorey images build to a surprise conclusion: the witch turns to the unsuspecting audience, proffering a steaming dish.
    08/04/2003
  • SKELETON HICCUPS
    Cuyler (The Biggest, Best Snowman) punctuates each sentence with a "hic, hic, hic," while Schindler (Big Pumpkin) limns woebegone Skeleton in pale blue-white on elegantly mottled burgundies and evergreens.
    09/23/2002
  • A CONFUSED HANUKKAH: An Original Story of Chelm
    With Schindler's (Grandy Thaxter's Helper , reviewed Sept. 20) buoyant watercolor-and-ink illustrations making the most of the silliness and slapstick, this book is a love letter to every family that resists December's siren song of assimilation.
    09/27/2004
  • The Smash-Up Crash-Up Derby
    Schindler's slightly loopy artwork expands upon the energy of the story and injects extra humor.
    02/27/1995
  • Every Living Thing: Stories
    Schindler's pictures are billed as decorations for obvious reasons; they adorn as well as illustrate the dozen stories by a uniquely gifted person. (1012)
    10/01/1985
  • Children of Christmas: Stories for the Season
    Schindler's illustrations, appropriately, are both reserved and inciting.
    08/04/1987
  • Great-Aunt Ida and Her Great Dane, Doc
    Irregular rhymes are tricky to read aloud, but inspire Schindler ( Is This a House for a Hermit Crab?
    01/03/1994

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