Obituary: James Cross Giblin by Shannon Maughan from Publishers Weekly. Peek: “Publisher, editor, and award-winning children’s book author James Cross Giblin died on Sunday, April 10, following a long illness.”
James Cross Giblin, 82, Wide-Ranging Author of Books for Children, Dies by Margalit Fox from The New York Times. Peek: “…for many years also a prominent children’s-book editor and publisher, was known most recently for his biographies for middle-grade and older readers, among them The Life and Death of Adolf Hitler (2002), which won the Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal from the American Library Association; Good Brother, Bad Brother: The Story of Edwin Booth and John Wilkes Booth (2005); and The Rise and Fall of Senator Joe McCarthy (2009).
Goodbye, Jim by Roger Sutton from Read Roger at The Horn Book. Peek: “Back before it was even a Thing, Jim was writing narrative nonfiction about the damnedest things–windows, milk–and had the gift for conveying his own enthusiasm for his topics to readers who never knew they could find, say, chairs, so interesting.”