March 24, 2018

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Meg Rosoff Is 2016 Astrid Lindgren Laureate

The writer of YA best-sellers “How I Live Now” and “Picture Me Gone” was selected from a pool of 215 notables.

Picture Me Gone

Picture Me Gone, Meg Rosoff Putnam Juvenile, October 2013 Reviewed from ARC Picture Me Gone. It’s earned five stars. It’s on three 2013 best lists*, and it was a National Book Award finalist. What am I missing? I’ve read it twice now and my reaction is still just, “meh.” There are no glaringly obvious flaws, […]

Somewhere between Childhood and Adulthood | A Conversation With Meg Rosoff

In a complete departure from her previous book, ‘There Is No Dog,’ Meg Rosoff creates a compelling mystery, and an ideal detective in 12-year-old Mila, the narrator of ‘Picture Me Gone.’