Welcome once again to Eerdmans All Over, a Friday roundup of all the Eerdmans-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week.

News from Eerdmans . . .

. . . and elsewhere.

  • Booklist published a starred review of Giovanna Zoboli and Simona Mulazzani’s I Wish I Had . . . , declaring it “a book of big ideas, sparingly told, and full of wonder.” Suzanne Morris of Kid Lit Reviews also wrote on the book, calling it “a whimsical, reflective, celebration children will love.”
  • Dissident for Life

    Dissident for Life

    Michael Bordeaux featured Koenraad De Wolf’s Dissident for Life in his article for The Times of London entitled “The Iron Lady and the dissident.”

  • Sarah Hinlicky Wilson reviewed Ellen Charry’s God and the Art of Happiness for Books and Culture.
  • On this week’s episode of the Books and Culture podcast, John Wilson and Stan Guthrie opened with a discussion of Lester Ruth’s forthcoming Longing for Jesus, the third volume in The Church at Worship series.
  • Matthew Miller featured Rupert Shortt’s Christianophobia on the ChristianBook.com Academics blog Monday, calling it “a book that needs to be read thoroughly and understood well so that the witness of persecuted Christians around the world does not go unacknowledged.”
  • Max Bowen profiled new author Joe Lawlor (Bully.com) in his Westwood Press story “Westwood author’s debut book focuses on cyber-bullying.”
  • Ardeana Hamlin gave Bangor Daily News readers a behind-the-scenes look at Katie Quirk’s A Girl Called Problem in “Two year in Tanzania informs author’s first book for middle-school readers.”
  • Author/illustrator duo Janice and Tom Shefelman wrote about their recent excursion to the Texas Library Association Conference, where they signed copies of I, Vivaldi and donated an original illustration from the book to raise money for the Texas Library Disaster Relief Fund, on Inside Shefelman Books.
  • Gospel Writing

    Gospel Writing

    Chris Tilling blogged about receiving his copy of Francis Watson’s Gospel Writing on Chrisendom, saying, “I can’t wait to get my teeth into this one.”

  • Peter Schakel (The Way into Narnia) was presented the 49th “Hope Outstanding Professor Educator” (H.O.P.E.) Award by Hope College’s graduating class of 2013.
  • Anastasia Suen featured Michelle Markel and Amanda Hall’s The Fantastic Jungles of Henri Rousseau on Booktalking Sunday.
  • Jack Levison (Inspired) celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week with a Huffington Post contribution entitled “What I Learned from a Master Teacher.”

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