Stotan! Resources & Further Study

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Crutcher, Chris. "Chris Crutcher." In Speaking for Ourselves: Autobiographical Sketches by Notable Authors of Books for Young Adults. Edited by Don Gallo. Urbana: NCTE: 59-60. An autobiographical discussion of Crutcher's own adolescence and writing career.

Flack, Jerry. Review. School Library Journal 32 (1986): 100. A positive review which argues that the novel teaches readers about responsibility, courage, and heroism.

McDonnell, Christine. "New Voices, New Visions: Chris Crutcher." Horn Book 64 (1988): 332-337. A biographical summary of Crutcher's life and an analysis of the themes of his first three novels, including Stotan!

Nelms, Ben, and Beth Nelms. Review.

English Journal (April 1987): 83. A summary review highlighting the novel's themes of endurance and self-discipline.

Roback, Diane. Review. Publishers Weekly (April 25, 1986): 229. A short review which mostly summarizes the novel. It points out the novel's contention that one cannot understand everything that happens in life.

Silvey, Anita. Review. Horn Book 62 (1986): 596. A brief review which stresses the excellent...

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