ANTHRO #19: Reviews index

 Dronon Lions, Tigers and Bears, v. 1 & 2, by Mike Bullock and Jack Lawrence

Living stuffed animals, oh my!

 Dronon Squonk the Dragon & Squonk the Apprentice, by Pete Butler

The story of a dragon who was raised by a bluebird

 Dronon Nurk: The Strange, Surprising Adventures of a (Somewhat) Brave Shrew, by Ursula Vernon

Just what it says on the tin (which is not Nurk’s domicile!)

 Dronon Blacksad, v. 1-3, by Juan Díaz Canales and Juanjo Guarnido

In the McCarthy era, seeking the truth can be dangerous

 Dronon La Guilde, v. 1-2, by Miroslav Dragan & Oscar Martin

Local crimelords give a lupine alchemist an offer he can’t refuse

 Dronon Les Animaux Amoureux, by Laurent Charbonnier

A glimpse of an often-overlooked part of the ‘circle of life’

 Dronon Nu, Pogodi!, by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin

Beloved Soviet wolf-and-hare cartoons on DVD

 Fred Patten Francis, by David Stern

Maybe a talking mule really is worth seven Second Lieutenants…

 Fred Patten Dragon Outcast, by E. E. Knight

The third book in Knight’s Age of Fire trilogy

 Fred Patten Eulalia!, by Brian Jacques

Jacques’ latest (nineteenth) Redwall novel

 Fred Patten Felicia and the Border Collie Patrol, by Chas. P.A. Melville

In which a vixen sorceress faces big trouble in a little land

 Fred Patten Once Upon a Time in the North, by Philip Pullman

How balloonist Lee Scoresby met panserbjørn Iorek Byrnison

 Fred Patten Faradawn & Simon’s Dream, by Susan Schade and Jon Buller

The second and third volumes in Schade’s & Buller’s Fog Mound trilogy

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