Additional Resources for Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

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Baker, Jennifer. Review of Artemis Fowl.

Library Journal, vol. 126 (June 15, 2001): 102. Baker recommends this book for its action and humor. She suggests that Colfer's "quirky characters and delightful humor" will appeal to a variety of readers, and praises Colfer for developing characters that behave contrary to stereotypes or expected behavior.

Chu, Jeff. "Legends of the Fowl: In a Fresh Take on Celtic Folklore, Irish Author Eoin Colfer Arms Fairies with Machine Guns and Attitude." Time International (May 7, 2001): 56. This feature article explores how Colfer's Irish background influences his writing.

Del Negro, Janice M. Review of Artemis Fowl. Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, vol. 54 (July 2001): 406-407. Del Negro states that weaknesses in the novel's beginning improve to provide "psychological nuance" as the plot develops. She says that action and suspenseful pacing make the book appealing, and that characters reveal consciences by assisting enemies.

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