A Season of Sorrow was said to be "delightfully written with very down-to-earth and realistically portrayed characters" by Tracy's Book Nook. In 2015, Today's Parent magazine named Red is Best one of the 8 best Canadian books for babies and toddlers.
|Library resources about
|By Kathy Stinson|
- Red is Best (1982, Anniversary Edition, 2006)
- Big or Little (1983, Anniversary Edition 2009)
- Mom and Dad Don't Live Together Anymore (1984, Revised Edition 2007)
- Those Green Things (1985, Revised Edition 1995)
- The Bare Naked Book (1986, Anniversary Edition 2006)
- Seven Clues in Pebble Creek (1987, Revised Edition 2005)
- Teddy Rabbit (1988)
- The Dressed Up Book (1990)
- Who is Sleeping in Aunty's Bed? (1991)
- Steven's Baseball Mitt (1992, Revised Edition 1998)
- Fish House Secrets (1992)
- The Fabulous Ball Book (1993)
- Writing Your Best Picture Book Ever (1994)
- The Great Pebble Creek Bike Race (1994, Revised Edition 2005)
- One Year Commencing (1997)
- King of the Castle (2000)
- Marie-Claire: Dark Spring (2001)
- Marie-Claire: A Season of Sorrow (2002)
- Becoming Ruby (2003)
- Marie-Claire: Visitors (2003)
- Marie-Claire: Angels in Winter (2004)
- One More Clue (2005)
- 101 Ways to Dance (2006)
- A Pocket Can Have A Treasure In It (2008)
- Love Every Leaf: the life of landscape architect Cornelia Hahn Oberlander (2008)
- Big or Little? 25th anniversary edition (2009)
- Highway of Heroes (2010)
- The Man with the Violin, received the TD Canadian Children's Literature Award and was shortlisted for the Ruth and Sylvia Schwartz Children's Book Award
- "Kathy Stinson". Thistledown Press.
- "The Man with the Violin wins TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award". Toronto Star. November 6, 2014.
- Jenkinson, Dave. "Kathy Stinson". Canadian Review of Materials.
- "Children's Books". A Season of Sorrow by Kathy Stinson: Book Review. Tracy's Book Nook. October 19, 2010. Retrieved January 26, 2012.
- "8 best Canadian books for babies and toddlers". Today's Parent. May 11, 2015.
- "Marie-Louise Gay, Kathy Stinson shortlisted for kids' lit prize". CBC News. April 16, 2014.