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Buy this book at Amazon.com - Two Christmas Mice

Two Christmas Mice
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Corinne Demas
Holiday House 2005

Publishers Weekly
Mortimer has company in the cute mouse department as Annamouse and Willamouse each set about making things comfy for the holiday …The homey appointments of this mouse-centric world and the text's clever coincidences will make readers smile.

Kirkus Reviews
Roth's paintings employ well-chosen details with a humorous touch: a mouse doll, tiny slippers by the door and a tray of sushi on the holiday dinner table. Since these new friends need a chance to use their new china tea set, Willamouse and Annamouse are, as you know, likely candidates to celebrate other holidays together in further installments.

From Booklist
… Roth's pencil-and-paint illustrations create delightfully expressive mouse characters and communicate the sense of warmth in detailed scenes of cushioned, snug interiors, complete with roaring fires and delectable treats.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Block Party Today!

Block Party Today!
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Marilyn Singer
Alfred A. Knopf Books 2004


New York Times Sunday Book Review
… with illustrations from Stephanie Roth, fondly captures the sights and of one of the most eagerly anticipated rituals in a Brooklyn neighborhood….Roth’s illustrations catch the bustle and camaraderie as Lola’s neighbors stream in and sometimes off the margins of the page…

Children's Literature
… Double-page watercolor scenes deftly create a genuine block with a diverse urban population carrying cakes, dancing to bongo drum beats, and of course jumping rope. We really want to join the fun. Check the book's jacket for an extra party scene.

School Library Journal
… Through a seemingly endless palette of watercolors, wonderful details, and a variety of perspectives, the neighbors and their environs come alive. This multicultural cast of characters comes in all shapes and sizes, and their personalities are playfully present in their expressions and actions.

Kirkus Reviews
… Roth's airy watercolors depict a diverse cast of characters dancing, drumming, and lounging in lawn chairs. Shifting perspectives-first from the windowsill, then street level-mimic Lola's movements, as she gets over hurt feelings and moves closer to her friends.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Dear Whiskers

Dear Whiskers
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Ann Whitehead Nagda
Holiday House 2000

Booklist
… Stephanie Roth's expressive illustrations capture the tone and characterization as well as the incidents of the story. A satisfying chapter book for young readers.

Kirkus Reviews
… Roth plants smiling, natural-looking people into everyday settings, perfectly capturing this episode’s relaxed, uncontrived atmosphere.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Meow Means Mischief

Meow Means Mischief
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Ann Whitehead Nagda
Holiday House 2004

School Library Journal
Gray wash illustrations throughout capture typical school activities and reflect the diversity of the characters.

Chosen as one of the Best Children’s Books of the Year for the 2004 edition by the Children’s Book Committee at Bank Street College of Education.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Third Grade Stinks

Third Grade Stinks
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Colleen O’Shaughnessy McKenna
Holiday House 2001

The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
Roth’s full and half page illustrations use a monochromatic palette of washes and pencil lines to depict this multicultural cast with warmth and gentle humor.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Third Grade Ghouls

Third Grade Ghouls
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth writer by Colleen O’Shaughnessy McKenna
Holiday House 2001

Kirkus Review
…sweet occasional pencil sketches make this attractive to the early reader…

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Doggone Third Grade

Doggone Third Grade
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth writer by Colleen O’Shaughnessy McKenna
Holiday House 2002

Kirkus Reviews
… Roth’s delightful and emotional black-and-white illustrations, particularly bereft Gordie talking on the phone with Lamont…

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Third Grade Wedding Bells?

Third Grade Wedding Bells?
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth writer by Colleen O’Shaughnessy McKenna
Holiday House 2006

Children’s Literature
… Roth’s pen and ink illustrations effectively portray the emotions of Lucy, Gordie and Lamont.

Booklist
… Roth's occasional black-and-white pictures show the class, the bus, and all the settings from Gordie's awkward, nervy viewpoint. The farce and the feelings will give this book wide appeal, both as a read-aloud and for personal fun.

 

Buy this book at Amazon.com - Lizard Meets Ivana the Terrible

Lizard Meets Ivana the Terrible
Illustrated by Stephanie Roth written by Anne C. Scott
Henry Holt and Company 1999

Library Journal
Animated pencil illustrations add to the playful flavor of this chapter book for transitional readers.

Children’s Literature
There are some lovely bits of writing, and the black and white illustrations match the text perfectly.

Publisher’s weekly
… Roth’s affectionate drawings of the buddies helps keep the tone light.

The Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books
Roth’s black-and-white drawings have a masterful ease that adds to the ambiance.

Kirkus Reviews
… readers will be drawn to the jacket painting and the relaxed narrative style..

Booklist
given added warmth and humor by Stephanie Roth’s lively drawing.

 

The Bitty Twins series, from American girl, accompanies the
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The Legend of Spinoza

The Legend of Spinoza
TallTree (Universal Tradewinds) 1995

 

 

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