Preview March/April 2012 Horn Book Magazine

mar12cov webmockup1 Preview March/April 2012 <i>Horn Book Magazine</i>Special Issue: Books Remixed: Reading in the Digital Age

  • Stephen Roxburgh sees into the e-future
  • Susan Meddaugh lets “Martha Speak” for herself
  • M. T. Anderson travels (as a reader) with The Time Machine
  • Roger Sutton interviews Holes director Andrew Davis
  • Virginia Duncan on creating the Freight Train app
  • Sight Reading: Leonard S. Marcus interviews Dan Yaccarino
  • Borderlands: Aidan Chambers on flash fiction
  • Field Notes: Angela J. Reynolds surveys the new technologies in audiobooks
  • Cynthia K. Ritter on children’s book–based board games
  • Ann Dixon defends the printed book
  • Katie Bircher answers the question: “What Makes a Good Picture Book App?”
  • Horn Book staff and reviewers offer their assessments of children’s books transferred into new media
  • Cadenza: Sarah Hamburg and Denis Roche’s board game “YA-manji: The Game of Up-Market Places”
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