Horn Book Magazine — March/April 2012

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Table of Contents

 

Special Issue
Books Remixed: Reading in the Digital Age

 

Features

Stephen Roxburgh
10
The e-Future
Or is it the e-present? The brave
new world of digital publishing.

Susan Meddaugh
23
Martha! She’s Back and Bigger Than Ever!
Martha the dog speaks (and speaks)
about her move to TV.

M. T. Anderson
33
Acquiring the Headset
A writer’s travels with The Time Machine.

Roger Sutton
40 An Interview with Andrew Davis
Holes from page to screen.


Virginia Duncan
47

Cynthia K. Ritter
64
When the Name of the Game Is a Children’s Book
Children’s book–based board games.

Ann Dixon
69
From Touchstones to Touch Screens
The evolution of a book lover.

Columns

Roger Sutton
7
Editorial
Remixing Reading
It’s way more than e-books.

Horn Book staff and reviewers
15
Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
Old books, new media: our favorite (and not so)
remakes. Featured throughout the issue.

Leonard S. Marcus
51
Sight Reading
Medium Cool
Talking about e-books with Dan Yaccarino.

Aidan Chambers
55
Borderlands
Sparks of Fiction
Flash fiction: uniquely suited to our times.

Angela J. Reynolds
61
Field Notes
Listen to the Books
Downloads or discs, and does it matter?

Katie Bircher
72

138
From The Guide
Titanic
A selection of reviews from The Horn Book Guide.

Sarah Hamburg
and Denis Roche
148
Cadenza
YA-Manji: The Game of Up-Market Places
Take your YA novel from slush pile to
bestseller with a roll of the dice!

Reviews

65
Book Reviews
Audiobook Reviews

Departments

4
5
125
130
131
Letters to the Editor
March/April Starred Books
Impromptu
Index to Advertisers
Index to Books Reviewed

Cover design by Lolly Robinson

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Comments

  1. Mary Oliver says:

    Loved the article “The e-future” by Stephen Roxburgh. Lots to think about in this article, plus lots of great into to forward onto library board members.

    Thanks!

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