K-Gr 2-It's hard for a librarian not to like a book about books, but this title makes it easy. The tone is insipid, the pastel pictures are amateurish, and the text is boring. "The dryer dries my ink. See how cute I am! A trip through the printing press changes you forever." Janet Stevens's From Pictures to Words: A Book about Making a Book (Holiday House, 1995), Eileen Christelow's What Do Authors Do? (1995) and What Do Illustrators Do? (1999, both Clarion), and Loreen Leedy's Look at My Book: How Kids Can Write and Illustrate Terrific Books (Holiday House, 2005) will be much more interesting to young children even though they may not be able to read them on their own.-Erlene Bishop Killeen, Fox Prairie Elementary School, Stoughton, WI Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.