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Bradburn, Frances. Review of Absolutely Normal Chaos. Booklist (October 1995): 313. Bradburn finds there is a wider readership for Creech's first novel than Walk Two Moons.

"Creech, Sharon." In Children's Literature Review, Vol. 42. Ed. Diane Telgen and Linda R. Andres. Detroit: Gale, 1997.

This source includes Creech's Newbery Acceptance Speech as well as a number of reviews of Absolutely Normal Chaos and Walk Two Moons.

Cooper, Ilene. Review of Chasing Redbird.

Booklist (March 1997): 1235. Cooper cites strong characterizations but overdone metaphors of trailblazing as self-discovery.

Iyer, Pico. "The Playing Fields of Hogwarts."

New York Times Book Review (October 10, 1999): 39. Iyer discusses rites of passage evidenced in the English schools of the Harry Potter series.

Review of Bloomability. Publishers Weekly (July 20, 1998): 220.

"Creech, Sharon." Something about the Author, Vol. 94. Ed. Alan Hedblad. Detroit: Gale, 1998, pp.46-50. This source cites parallels between Creech's first two novels and includes comments from the author.

Trites, Roberta Seelinger. Waking Sleeping...

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