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"Jane (Hyatt) Yolen." In Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series. Volume 29.

Edited by Hal May and James G. Lesniak.

Detroit: Gale Research, 1990, pp. 463-69.

A summary of Yolen's publications, with a brief interview with Yolen.

Cooper, Ilene. Booklist 93, 4 (October 15, 1996): 425. A tepid recommendation.

Telgen, Diane. "Jane Yolen." In Something about the Author. Volume 75. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994, pp. 223-29. A list of Yolen's publications, with a short biography.

West, Michelle. Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 92, 5 (May 1997): 128. Admires Here There Be Angels, stating that "the book is aimed at a younger readers market, but it really is an all-age collection."

Wilton, Shirley. School Library Journal 42, 11 (November 1996): 119. Enthusiastic recommendation.

Yolen, Jane. "America's Cinderella." Children's Literature in Education 8 (1977): 21-9.

Yolen discusses the history of the Cinderella fairy tale, explaining that she prefers the strong character of the original tale to the weakened versions in modern retellings. "The Woman Who Loved a Bear...

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Lady Merion's Angel from Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults. ©2005-2006 Thomson Gale, a part of the Thomson Corporation. All rights reserved.
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