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Cooper, Ilene. Booklist 93, 4 (October 15, 1996): 424. In a review of The View from Saturday, Cooper says, "Konigsburg's latest shows flashes of her great talent and her grasp of childhood, but the book is weighted down by a Byzantine structure that houses too many characters and alternating narratives that will confuse readers."

Cummins, Julie. School Library Journal 42, 9 (September 1996): 204. Praises the artfulness of The View from Saturday.

Gutchen, Beth. New York Times Book Review (November 10,1996). Praises The View from Saturday for its intelligence.

Konigsburg, E. L. "Newbery Medal Acceptance." Horn Book Magazine 73, 4 (July-August 1997): 404-414. Konigsburg tells of how her first Newbery Medal in 1968 changed her life and career by opening up a "Third Place" where she could be, a place where she could discuss in an adult way literature for children.

——. Talk Talk: A Children's Book Author Speaks to Grown-ups. New York: Atheneum Books for Children (Simon & Schuster...

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