Ballads

Rebecca Ganetzky rganetzk at oberlin.edu
Mon Sep 24 13:12:28 EDT 2001


Nope, I triple checked, they have near every DWJ book, down to Yes, Dear,
which we didn't have at home, but no libraary that I have access to
(Through statewide OhioLINK) has any deLint book.  Ah me, at least we have
a used bookstore.
>BALLADS is an ongoing series by Vess, where he invites guest authors
>to write the scripts based on classic ballads, which he then
>illustrated. I have the first collected volume, which is great. My
>favorite is Jane Yolen's take on "King Henry" where she ties the
>story to Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. Lots of fun.
>
>That can't be true about de Lint in the Ohio system. He's a pretty
>popular author, and published by major publishing houses. Try looking
>under titles!
>
>Nat
>
>>Has anyone heard of a book called Ballads?  It is illustrated by Charles
>>Vess, and has stories by deLint, Yolen, and Gaiman, to name a few.  It
>>sounds really interesting (it's the only book in the Ohio library system
>>with deLint stuff.)
>>
>>Rebecca D. Ganetzky
>>
>>
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