Additional Resources for Freaky Friday by Mary Rodgers

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"Mary Rodgers." In Contemporary Authors, edited by Ann Evory and Linda Metzger. Detroit: Gale Research, 1983. Summarizes both Rodgers's career and major reviews of her books.

Contains a lengthy interview.

"Mary Rodgers: An Interview." Top of the News 40 (Winter 1984): 155-161.

Rodgers describes how she began writing, examines the relationship of character and situations to her own experiences, and discusses the influence children's books may have.

"Review of Freaky Friday." Horn Book (August 1972). An enthusiastic account of a "truly funny" story, in which the reviewer particularly notes the author's "wisdom" and originality.

"Review of Freaky Friday." New York Times Book Review (July 16, 1972).

Compares Annabel's story to Alice in Wonderland; especially notes dialogue and conclusion.

"Review of Freaky Friday." Times Literary Supplement (November 1973).

A mixed review which praises the theme and certain "very funny" scenes but faults the ending.

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