>Field Notes is our column for essays about connecting children and books. Contributors can be librarians, booksellers, parents, publishers, teachers, writers–anyone who has seen children’s books in action. It’s not a column for tips on running a summer reading program or how to read aloud, but rather it’s a place where we invite contributors to explore how real book-child interactions have made them think about children’s literature or children’s reading in a new way. Avoid the words “magic” and “treasure.” Keep it short–1000 to 1500 words, and payment varies. Send queries or submissions to Assistant Editor Claire Gross, cgross at hbook dot com.
>Writing for the Horn Book: Field Notes
August 16, 2007 by 12 Comments