Just a few months ago, Pamela Paul was appointed the new children's book editor for the New York Times Book Review. At the time, folks wondered what she was like. One answer has come in over recent weeks: Industrious.
Among her other activities, Paul has initiated a new feature at the Times by doing weekly online reviews of picture books. See an announcement of that project here.
But she has also been busy writing essays and reviews on items in the world of children's stories. Here are some essays published in the last four months or since the start of the year:
- Old School Interactive Books
- Beverly Cleary
- Obama's Half-Sister's Children's Book
- Green Books
- Margaret K. McElderry
- "Gruffalo" (the movie)
- Miscellaneous titles
- Ferdinand at 75