Just in case you plan to give this guy a bibliography, here's some hits I got in my university's electronic files:
- "Children's Books : Stones, bones and stories", vol. 450 (2007), iss. 7172, pag. 949 (1).
- Note: can't read it from a proxy server, so I don't know whether this deals with The Hobbit.
- "In a hole in the ground.", vol. 446 (2007), iss. 7139, pag. 979 (1)
- Note: other than its title, can't say much about it.
- "Exhibition: A hobbit-forming show", vol. 425 (2003), iss. 6957, pag. 455 (1)
- Note: official description: Offers information on an exhibit based on the science fiction book 'Lord of the Rings,' by J.R.R. Tolkien at the Science Museum in London, England. Application of mathematical modelling and virtual reality (ends thus, sic).
- Thanks for that, Ederchil. I checked out the "Children's Books" one at my own university's online catalogue and it to be completely unrelated and irrelevant. I've finished edited this article now as I feel it's more than adequate when compared to more notable authors (like Humphrey Carpenter or Verlyn Flieger). Thanks for your help! --Mith (Talk/Contribs/Edits) 13:05, 27 December 2008 (UTC)