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Cart, Michael. Review. The New York Times Book Review (April 19, 1992): 16. The reviewer perceptively covers important aspects of the novel's themes.

Jones, Diana Wynne. In Authors and Artists for Young Adults. Vol. 12. Edited by Laurie Collier. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994: 101-108. The entry is valuable for a detailed biography of Jones in the context of critical commentary on selected titles including Aunt Maria, with listings of publications, awards, and honors, and a bibliography of review sources.

——. In Fifth Book of Junior Authors and Illustrators. Edited by Sally Holmes Holtze. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1983: 166-167. In a statement for young readers, Jones candidly relates her childhood struggles to her later writing.

——. In Something About the Author.

Vol. 70. Edited by Donna Olendorf and Diane Telgen. Detroit: Gale Research, 1993: 115-118. The entry is useful as an abbreviated biographical and critical overview, with listings of...

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