Melissa Studdard is a professor, a book reviewer at-large, a contributing editor, as well as the host of a radio interview program. Her writings have appeared in dozens of magazines and journals. She currently lives in Texas with her daughter and their four cats. For more information, please visit www.melissastuddard.com, or www.sixweekstoyehidah.com.
I really enjoyed this book. I reminded me of Alice in Wonderland, with many fantastical tales and allegorical characters. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Delta Stet
Overall: Stars: 4 Narration: 4 Story: 4
A curious mix of children’s fantasy stories, Alice in Wonderland, Chronicles of Narnia and The Wizard... Read more
Not that great. Tries hard to fit in the "Alice and Wonderland" or Narnia literary tradition but tries too hard to be deep and meaningful in too many ways.Published 12 months ago by Hazel Bite
I really enjoyed Six Weeks To Yehidah. I found it to be delightful, enjoyable, magical, intelligent and inspiring. Annalise is such a brave girl. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Julie Renae Knose
Six Weeks to Yehidah by Melissa Studdard is a well-written and unique story of Annalise, a 10 year-old girl who is a dreamer much like Alice of Wonderland fame. Read morePublished 16 months ago by LilMissMolly
Melissa Studdard is an author who needs no introduction. Of her many diverse talents and endeavors, Melissa serves also serves as a professor, editor, critic, and talk show host. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Leila A. Fortier
Melissa Studdard is a story teller for the ages. you will enjoy this fine book full of warmth discovery and light.
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Talk about a refreshing piece of literature! This is a story about a young girl who gets transported into a land in which animals talk and there are rules quite unlike anything... Read morePublished on September 24, 2012 by Celia Medrano
This was a little young for me. It didn't have a lot of excitement. One thing it did have a lot of was creativity. It was very unique. Read morePublished on September 23, 2012 by Beneath The Moon And Stars Blog