Jane Yolen Children Books Review & Giveaway

By Shannon Gosney
In Book Review
February 25, 2010
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I LOVE Jane Yolen’s books!  Some of our favorite books belong to the “How Does A Dinosaur…” series (i.e. How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight?).  Thanks to RAAB Associates, we had the opportunity to review a few of Yolen’s newer titles, including Come to the Fairies’ Ball, How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?,

We enjoyed reading Come to the Fairies’ Ball. It was a fun book and a twist of the classic Cinderella story.  Everyone is getting ready for the Fairies’ Ball – pulling out their spiderweb dresses and top hats.  All accept one, whose dress is torn from hanging on a thorn.  With the help of the ants, the Fairy put together a dress and headed to the ball.  See what happens next when you read Come to the Fairies’ Ball.  The book retails for $17.99 and is available on Amazonfor $12.21 right now.

We love the book, How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?  It’s one of my favorites to read to my kids and my kids love interacting with it!  The book is full of rhymes, funny dinosaur moments, and a loving, happy tone.  I love the illustrations in the book as well.  This is definitely a book you should check out, if not own.  How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You is available in bookstores and on Amazonfor a price of $11.55 (retails for $16.99).

I was really impressed by The Seeing Stick  It was not only a great book for kids, but one that adults would enjoy reading as well.  The ending was beautiful and the pictures were gorgeous throughout the book, plus I loved the overall Chinese theme.  My boys sat quietly and listened as I read this book.  The story is about Hwei Min, the only daughter of the emperor of China, who’s been blind since she was born.  The emperor looks everywhere for a cure for his little girl and calls people from near and far to help, but nobody can.  Then one day, a wise old man with mysterious Seeing Stick visits her and opens her eyes to a whole new world.  This is a highly recommended book in my opinion.  You can find it in bookstores or on Amazonfor $11.53 (retails for $16.95) right now.

I loved the book, The Scarecrow’s Dance!  The artwork was beautiful and the story was a sweet one.  The Scarecrow’s Dance is about a scarecrow who has always stood watch over the corn, but one night he gets restless and leaves his post.  He skips through the fields and leaps past the barn, but is stopped by a little boy’s prayer for the farm.  As he listens, he begins to understand where he belongs and his importance there, where he can do what only he can do.  This is a really great book and I’m so glad we were able to review it!   You can find it in bookstores and on Amazon for $12.23 (retails for $16.99) right now.

We enjoyed reading the book, Pumpkin Baby, as well!  In Pumpkin Baby, a young child is anticipating the arrival of a new sibling.  As she goes with her mom on trips to the family farm, a meeting with the mailman, and more, she imagines different babies, each with unique characteristics and flaws.  She imagines a stork baby that could fly away, a pumpkin baby that might be too round, and other babies.  This is definitely a cute, kid-friendly book!  You can find Pumpkin Baby in bookstores and on Amazonfor $13.22 (retails for $16.95) right now.

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1 lucky reader will win a Jane Yolen package, including Come to the Fairies’ Ball, How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You, The Seeing Stick, and The Scarecrow’s Dance.

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– Tell me in a comment one of your favorite books by Jane Yolen or a favorite children’s book if you’re not familiar with Jane.

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I received samples of Jane Yolen’s books from RAAB Associates to facilitate this review.  All opinions expressed in this post are 100% mine.

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278 Responses to “Jane Yolen Children Books Review & Giveaway”

  1. Linda Kish says:

    I don’t know her books. I like anything Dr. Seuss

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  3. Jennifer says:

    Not familiar with her but my favorite kids book was one called Halloween… its all worn out now but still love reading it

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  8. Lori Z. says:

    When I was reading lots of Juv. Fiction for teaching, I really loved Yolen’s Briar Rose–a fictional account of a woman escaped from a concentration camp. It’s geared toward kids around 12-16 and it was really well done. There are others I’ve read of hers with my kids, but Criar Rose has been the most touching.

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  10. Noreen says:

    the only one I know is :How do Dinosaurs Get Well”, a very cute book

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    I am not familiar with her books. My favorite children’s book is “The Little Princess.”

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    I’m not familiar with this author. We really enjoy reading Dr. seuss and Richard Scarry!

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    Come to the Fairies’ Ball, what a beautiful book.

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    We recently read ‘how do dinosaurs play with their friends’ which is a really cute book as well.

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  24. Nicole C. says:

    My favorite children’s book is Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.

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    I am not familiar with JaneYolen, but I love “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”

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  35. Christine W says:

    I have not read any of Jane Yolen’s Children Books but would very much like to have the opportunity to do so. When my daughter was little, we loved to read the Dr. Seuss books. I sent my grandson one of those Hallmark books for Valentine’s Day where he gets to hear me reading the book to him. I know that he would really love the book “How Do Dinosaur’s Say I Love You?”

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  39. McKim says:

    I’m not familiar with her books, but would be interested in reading them. I like the illustrations. My kid’s favorite books are the Berenstain Bears series.

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  42. Hannah says:

    I am not familiar with Jane but one of my favorite children’s books is “Guess how much I love you”. Such a lovely story!

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  45. Kimberly says:

    I am not familiar with these books. My granddaughter loves the Dr Seuss books.
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  47. nan lara says:

    we’ve only read her how do dinasaurs say goodnight book…which is great…we also have the scholastic video of the book
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    I am not familiar wiht her books but will have to look for them. I like Brown Bear

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  53. The Gosfam says:

    How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight? is our favorite. I read with a lot of animation, and my girls love it!!

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    Wow, talk about things I never thought I’d see in a giveaway post! I used to read Jane Yolen all the time as a child and a teenager, and if I read more books nowadays (I’ve let my fiction reading fall by the wayside in favor of the internet, sadly), I’d still read her books and short stories. I always got the impression that she was very well-known and loved among the fantasy book community at large.

    My favorites…let me jog my memory with Amazon. I used to love the Pit Dragon Chronicles (books about a young dragon trainer), and the Young Merlin books. And the Great Alta saga (oh, wow, she has a book out in that series that I didn’t read). And she wrote about a wizard school long before J.K. Rowling did. 🙂

    Thank you for the giveaway; I’d love to share these books with my nieces and nephews (and read them myself – especially The Seeing Stick. 🙂 )

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    I am unfamiliar with Jane Yolen books, but they look great. My daughers are enjoying Daddy reading The Sorcerers Stone.

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  90. Brandy Corona says:

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  97. Vicky H. says:

    I’m unfamiliar with Jane Yolen, though these books look beautifully illustrated and are cute stories.
    One of my favorite books when I was a child was Mufaro’s Beautiful Daughters.

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  105. Theresa N says:

    My favorite Yolen book is Here’s A Little Poem: A Very First Book of Poetry by Jane Yolen .

  106. DEBBIE STANTON says:

    My favorite Jane Yolen book is “How Do Dinosaurs Clean Their Rooms”… we have 4 of th How Do Dinosaurs ____ books (but not the I Love You – so I hope I win so we can add it to our collection!!).

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  118. Wehaf says:

    I love “How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight”

  119. Teresa says:

    My favorite childrens book is Corduroy as I am not familiar with this author. These books looks adorable!
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  123. I LOVE How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?

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  127. angie says:

    My favorite childhood books was the Sweet Pickles series.

  128. Heather says:

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  133. Mommy2Bears says:

    Not familiar but looking forward to changing that. My favorite book as a kid was There Is A Monster At The End Of This Book but now reading to my girls I love anything Dr. Seuss. And so do they. Especially I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew. Fun reading.

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  137. Tarah says:

    I have always loved the Golden Book – Pokey Little Puppy and recently bought it for a friend’s son. Now he loves it!

  138. Susan C says:

    I am unfortunately not familiar with Jane, but I will keep an eye out for her books. My favorite children’s book is In the Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak.
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  140. chrissyb says:

    My favorite childrens book is Corduroy! I still have it 30 years later! I’d like to read my son these books!

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  143. Big Jane Yolen fan. Used her books when I was student teaching for a unit of study. My favorite would probably be How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight .

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  146. Kylie says:

    I loved Briar Rose (fairy tale re-tellings are my favorite) that I first read as a teen but the little ones will love these picture books.

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  148. Cynthia R says:

    I love the whole series on “How do Dinosaurs…” such a great idea!

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    I read “How Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You” to my son every night. I like the book as much as he does.

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  163. Happi Shopr says:

    I haven’t heard of Jane before but we like Stand Back Said The Elephant, I’m Going To Sneeze.

  164. P.J. Shaw says:

    My favorite Jane Yolen book will always be “Owl Moon.” It is a gentle book, a quiet book that spoke loudly to the Caldecott awards committee. A dear friend gave it to me in 1989 before I had written my first book, and Jane signed it to me “and to all the books to come.” So, yes, please enter me in this special giveaway. I just met Jane at an SCBWI conference last weekend and would love to have her memory linger awhile longer here in Atlanta.

  165. Brandi says:

    I love How do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight.

  166. Randy Bailey says:

    I am not familiar with this book author, but her books sounds very fun and interesting. I have 4 grandkids who would enjoy reading these books. My favorite children’s book growing up was a book of fairy tales, I loved Rapunzel, Jack In The Beanstalk & Puss In Boots among other stories in that big book

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  171. Melissa B. says:

    My preschool class loves Where The Wild Things Are.

  172. shawna says:

    I’m not familiar with her books, but my favorite Children’s book is the Pokey Puppy.

  173. Ed Nemmers says:

    We like the classic “Good Night Moon”!

  174. Sarah Stern says:

    How Do Dinosaurs Say Goodnight is my son’s favorite bedtime book!

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    My favorite children’s book is an oldie but a goodie. “The Monster At the End of This Book” My boys absolutely love it.

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  186. Rosey says:

    I am not familiar with her work, though the dinosaur book looks enticing. My favorite children’s book is If you give a mouse a cookie. My daughter is right here (tween) and she said to put Bridge to Terabitha up as her fave. Thanks.

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  192. Sandy Miresse says:

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  198. REBECCA says:

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  205. Heather says:

    I am not familiar with this author. Some of My nephews favorite books are Good night moon and the very Hungry Caterpillar!

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    I follow you through Google friend connect!

  211. Heather says:

    I subscribe via email!

  212. Pamela S says:

    My elementary children like the Jan Yolen book Dragon Heart. My favorite children’s book is “Mama, Do You Love Me?” LOVE that book. thanks.

  213. Pamela S says:

    Voted for you today for top mommy blog. Thanks.

  214. Pamela S says:

    Follower (pamelashockley)

  215. Pamela S says:

    Subscribed to feed. Thanks.

  216. DEBIJOT says:

    The cat in the hat

  217. DEBIJOT says:

    follow you on twitter – debijot

  218. DEBIJOT says:

    your FB fan

  219. DEBIJOT says:

    voted top mommy blogs

  220. DEBIJOT says:

    voted top giveaway blog

  221. DEBIJOT says:

    blog follower

  222. kristy says:

    Cat in the Hat is a fav children’s book

  223. Chrysa says:

    My nephew’s favorite book is “Barnyard Dance”

  224. Chrysa says:

    I’m following your blog in Google Friend Connect.

  225. Chrysa says:

    I’m a Facebook fan.

  226. Gianna says:

    How Do Dinosaurs Eat Their Food

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