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Bradley, Betsy. "Review." Voice of Youth Advocates (June 1987): 80. This review of After the Rain finds it "an engaging story of getting to know a grandparent . . . [and] a novel well in the mainstream of young adult literature that teens will enjoy."

Metzger, Linda, ed. Contemporary Authors, New Revision Series. Vol. 12.

Detroit: Gale Research, 1984. Contains a brief sketch reviewing elements of the author's personal life, career, and writings. Several quotations from the author are included.

Noah, Caroline. "Review."School Library Journal (May 1987): 116. Noah compliments the novel's careful characterization, rich visual imagery, and effective, readable prose.

"Review." Horn Book (September/October 1987): 619-620. Describes After the Rain as "a powerful book dealing with death and dying and strength of family affection."

Stine, Jean, ed. Contemporary Literary Criticism. Vol. 26. Detroit: Gale Research, 1983. In addition to notes about the author, a sampling of criticism of Mazer's work is presented.

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