Whistle Me Home Resources & Further Study

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"Barbara Wersba." In Authors and Artists for Young Adults, Volume 30. Detroit: Gale, 1999, pp. 159-167. Provides a critical overview of Wersba's works, with quotes from various review sources.

"Barbara Wersba." In Something About the Author Autobiography Series, Volume 2.

Detroit: Gale, 1986, pp. 293-304. A lengthy self-portrait of the author as a person and a creative artist.

Eaglen, Audrey. "Wersba, Barbara." Twentieth-Century Children's Writers, 3rd edition. Chicago: St. James Press, 1989, p.

1026. A brief critical survey of Wersba's books, focusing on her young adult titles.

Janeczko, Paul. "An Interview with Barbara Wersba." English Journal (November 1976): 20-21. Provides Wersba's perspective on life and her "tendency to see sadness in the world,' as well as her feelings about the young adult genre of literature.

Phillips, Marilyn Payne. School Library Journal (June 1997): 128. A generally negative review of Whistle Me Home criticizing the characterizations of Noli and TJ.

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