Additional Resources for My Brother Sam Is Dead by James Lincoln Collier

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Collier, Christopher. "Criteria for Historical Fiction." School Library Journal (August 1982): 32-33. Collier discusses the novels he has co-authored with his brother.

"Johnny and Sam: Old and New Approaches to the American Revolution." Horn Book (April 1976): 132-138. Collier contrasts the approach in My Brother Sam Is Dead to Esther Forbes's approach in Johnny Tremain.

Commire, Anne, ed. Something about the Author. Vols. 8, 16. Detroit: Gale Research, 1976, 1979. Contain accounts of James and Christopher Collier's lives, and provide some analysis of their works.

Etheridge, James, ed. Contemporary Authors. Vols. 9-10. Detroit: Gale Research, 1964. Contains a biographical sketch of James Lincoln Collier and a bibliography of his works.

Glazer, Joan I., and Gurney Williams III.

Introduction to Children's Literature.

New York: McGraw-Hill, 1979. Discusses My Brother Sam Is Dead from a Tory focus.

Lukens, Rebecca J. A Critical Handbook of Children's Literature. Oxford, OH: Scott, Foresman, 1982. Provides insight into Tim's internal...

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