"Brilliantly relevant, playful, and compassionate." –Abby Hanlon, author of Dory Fantasmagory

At its core, this is a book about feeling different, making uninformed judgments about others, trying new things, and finding acceptance. SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

Read 5th grader Nuala Doyle's review in The Valley News, Emma's local paper!

Kirkus says "This unlikely combination of royalty and social justice delivers fun, learning, and laughs."  Read the full review here.

Miranda and Maude made 100 Scopenotes 10 to Note: Summer Preview 2018! 

Rajiv Reviews says "Younger readers would love to read this book and its successors in the series." Read the full review here

I Just Kinda Like Books says that Miranda and Maude is a "sweet and charming book." Read the blog entry here

Bickering Books Reviews says "younger readers will enjoy this book especially the adorable illustrations."

Miranda and Maude is in YAYOMG's August Book Roundup

Literacy on the Mind says "is not only entertaining, but it can also help readers learn something about navigating relationships with their peers. The story shows that understanding differences and being empathetic are important in forming friendships."