Princess Ashley Resources & Further Study

Richard Peck
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Anton, Denise A. "Princess Ashley."

School Library Journal (August 1987): 97. Anton calls the book a "sensitive and insightful view of teenage life that may cause readers to ponder their own search for identity."

Chevalier, Tracy, ed. Twentieth-Century Children's Writers. New York: St.

James, 1989: 768-769. Hilary S. Crew describes Peck's writing as sensitive and understanding.

Commire, Anne, ed. Something About the Author. Vol. 18. Detroit: Gale, 1980: 242-244. An extensive interview with Peck is presented.

——. ed. Something About the Author.

Vol. 55. Detroit: Gale, 1989: 126-138.

The sense of the writer's mission is expounded in this comprehensive interview.

Holtze, Sally Holmes, ed. Fifth Book of Junior Authors and Illustrators. New York: H. W. Wilson, 1983: 238-240.

This short article is an autobiographical sketch of Richard Peck.

Kirkpatrick, D. L., ed. Twentieth-Century Children's Writers. New York: St. Martin's, 1983: 610-611.

Margaret F. Maxwell believes Peck's honesty in dealing with teen-age problems makes him "one of...

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