Zilpha Keatley Snyder | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Zena Sutherland

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In the second volume of an intricately conceived fantasy [And All Between], the pending conflict of Below the Root … becomes confrontation…. Like the first book, this has some passages that move slowly, long monologues or explanatory passages, but they are compensated for by the imaginatively detailed conception of the light and dark worlds of Green-Sky and its deported citizens who live below the magic, ice-cold Root and by the suspense of the conflict that seems resolved by the end of the book.

Zena Sutherland, "New Titles for Children and Young People: 'And All Between'," in Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (© 1976 by The University of Chicago; all rights reserved), Vol. 29, No. 10, June, 1976, p. 165.

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