“Marchini’s story and economy of telling display the chicken as total id, and Felix’s pencil-and-watercolor illustrations are genuine works of art. A surprising gem.” – Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
“Early readers will enjoy following Chicken through her barnyard adventure and will be able to decode objects and emotions easily due to the well-defined expressions of the animals…A welcome addition to…preschool or kindergarten collections, come rain or come shine.” – School Library Journal
From The Blog
I'm thrilled to share that I welcomed Jocelyn Rish to BookEnds Literary and #TeamMarchini earlier this year! I fell in love with Jocelyn's hilarious non-fiction picture book - it's clever, it's informative and it's sure to have an......read more
A “clever exploration of the mixed emotions of welcoming a new baby into a family” – Kirkus Reviews on I USED TO BE FAMOUS!
Congratulations Tara Luebbe and Becky Cattie on your great review from Kirkus on I Used to be Famous!Kirkus said:"This clever exploration of the mixed emotions of welcoming a new baby into a family is sure to elicit more than a few laughs from the divas...read more
I know a lot of us are happy to say goodbye to 2018 and hopeful for 2019, but there was still a lot of good news personally and professionally this year for me and my #TeamMarchini clients! Author Tracy As an author, Chicken Wants a Nap was nominated for...read more
In 2018, I closed to queries from July 1st through about August 15th, and then again from November 15th through the end of the year. My query stats for 2018 look like this: In 2018, I received 2,609 queries, requested 109, and took on 9 clients. (Compared...read more
“A thoughtful story that artfully addresses the loss of a grandparent from an immigrant perspective.” – Kirkus Reviews on THE YELLOW SUITCASE!
Congratulations Meera Sriram on your great review of The Yellow Suitcase from Kirkus Reviews! Kirkus said: “Debut author Sriram shares a poignant story based on her daughter’s personal experience… This immigrant narrative beautifully captures the emotions...read more
“Life lessons, baseball, and good friends; it’s all here.” – Kirkus Reviews on GOODBYE, MR. SPALDING!
Congratulations Jennifer Robin Barr and Goodbye, Mr. Spalding on a great Kirkus Review! Kirkus said: “Barr carefully constructs a well-paced adventure, involving some real events in a very specific time and place, while making Jimmie’s worries about...read more