. . . [This book] concisely describes 1,500 classic and contemporary works of fiction and fact. This is a good resource for the homeschooling teen or the curious adult.
July-August 2004, Mothering Magazine
Listed in “Cool Stuff”
. . .This is more than a list of lists: the selections are thoughtful and the annotations concise. This volume will be helpful not only to students looking for guidance in book selections but also to parents, teachers, and librarians.
July 2004, KLIATT
“Literature & Language Arts”
KLIATT is a bi-monthly magazine which reviews over 1200 books and 300 audiobooks each year, as well as dozens of educational software programs for libraries and classrooms serving young adults.
. . .the authors and titles in Books for the Journey spark imagination, introspection, and idealism. Both classics and lesser-known quality books, representing dozens of cultures are listed.
April 2004, Today ’s Catholic Teacher
“ Teaching & Learning Tools”
A guidebook for adolescent readers, their teachers, and parents that lists, describes, and sorts by genre nearly 1,500 recommended books for youths…
March 2004, Education Week
“Reading & Literacy”
. . . We need to find books that will truly inform, educate, instruct, guide, and inspire . . . It provides an inspiring overview of the cultural wealth that the human mind has created and preserved in print. It is a volume that would enrich every school and home library.
Ron Koetzsche. Editor, Renewal