Shiny New Books


It’s that time again — time for another issue of Shiny New Books, filled with glorious temptation.

This time around, I contributed a review of two Astrid Lindgren reissues: Seacrow Island and Mio My Son, both from the New York Review Children’s Collection. These lesser-known classics from the author of Pippi Longstocking deserve a second look. Please visit SNB to learn why I loved them so much, and have a look round while you’re there. You’re sure to find something you’ll want to read next.



4 thoughts on “Shiny New Books

  1. As I often by books for children in my family these look good to me and I will likely pick them up.

    I never read these as a child or know anyone whop did but they look like great gifts.


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