Half The Kingdom
A brilliant new novel about life, death, and growing old in today’s America.

—Shakespeare’s Kitchen
Thirteen interrelated stories, seven of which appeared in the New Yorker, about the longing for friendship, how we achieve new intimacies, and how slowly, inexplicably, we lose them.

—Her First American
Young Ilka from Vienna learns about America by loving a middle-aged black journalist on the skids.

—Other People’s Houses
The journey of a Jewish refugee child from Vienna via England and the Dominican Republic to New York.


—More Mole Stories and Little Gopher Too
Why Mole Shouted and Other Stories
Four sweet and funny stories by Lore Segal and Sergio Ruzzier about Mole and his Grandmother Mole.

—The Story of Mrs. Lovewright and Purrless her Cat
Mrs. Lovewright and the cat who wouldn’t purr. Pictures by Caldecott-winning artist Paul O. Zelinsky

—Morris the Artist
Morris won’t give the birthday boy the present he has brought him.

—Tell Me a Mitzi
Three household adventures in the life of Mitzi include an intended trip to grandmother’s, sharing a family cold, and reversing the President’s motorcade.


—The Juniper Tree and Other Tales from Grimm
A selection of the Grimm Fairy Tales; translated by Lore Segal and Randall Jarrell Pictures by Maurice Sendak