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Commire, Anne, ed. Something about the Author. Vol. 21. Detroit: Gale Research, 1980. An interview with Peck.

Kirkpatrick, D. L., ed. Twentieth Century Children's Writers. New York: St.

Martin's Press, 1983. Favorably reviews A Day No Pigs Would Die but criticizes Peck's later works.

Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher. "City Life and Country Life." New York Times (January 4, 1973): 35. This critic calls Peck's book "a stunning little dramatization of the brutality of life on a Vermont farm."

Locher, Frances Carol, ed. Contemporary Authors. Vol. 81-84. Detroit: Gale Research, 1979. This article contains a short biography of Peck and summarizes several reviews of his works.

Marsh, Pamela. "What's New and Popular on the Bookshelf: A Day No Pigs Would Die." Christian Science Monitor(January 17, 1973): 11. Marsh finds the book "sometimes sickening, often entrancing."

Peck, Robert Newton. Fiction Is Folks.

Cincinnati: Writer's Digest Books, 1983. Peck gives insights into his writing of A Day No Pigs Would Die.

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