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Roaring Brook Press Titles Placed on Best Books of 2009 Lists

As 2009 quickly comes to a close Roaring Brook Press titles have been receiving glowing reviews from various media outlets. A couple of our titles have been placed on Kirkus Reviews Best of 2009 list, and The New York Public Library 2009 Top 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing.  Congratulations!

Amazon.com Editor's Choice: Picture Books
REDWOODS by Jason Chin

Kirkus Reviews Best of 2009 list
ANNE FRANK: HER LIFE IN WORDS AND PICTURES Written by Menno Metselaar and Ruud van der Rol; Translated by Arnold J.Pomerans
HOOK Written and Illustrated by Ed Young
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New York Public Library 2009 Top 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing
ADVENTURES IN CARTOONING Written and Illustrated by James Sturm, Alexis Frederick-Frost, and Andrew Arnold
ANNE FRANK: HER LIFE IN WORDS AND PICTURES by Menno Metselaar & Ruud van der Rol, translated by Arnold J.Pomerans
CHICKEN LITTLE Written & Illustrated by Rebecca and Ed Emberley
COME TO THE CASTLE: A Visit to a Castle in Thirteenth-Century England by written by Linda Ashman, pictures by S.D. Schindler
NEIL ARMSTRONG IS MY UNCLE AND OTHER LIES MUSCLE MAN MCGINTY TOLD ME by Nan Marino
REDWOODS by Jason Chin

Anne Frank  Hook2 cartoon chicken castle neil arm redwoods 

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