The Horn Book Magazine — July/August 2012

 

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Table of Contents

 

Features

Joanna Rudge Long
10
Caldecott 2012
The year in pictures.

Chris Raschka
17 Caldecott Medal Acceptance

Lydie Raschka
26 A Profile of Chris Raschka

Nina Lindsay
37 Newbery 2012
The year in words.

Jack Gantos
44 Newbery Medal Acceptance

Wesley Adams
53 A Profile of Jack Gantos

Kathleen T. Horning
59 The Search for Distinguished
Reviving a decades-old Newbery debate.

Kadir Nelson
69 Coretta Scott King Author Award Acceptance

Donna Bray 74 A Profile of Kadir Nelson

Shane W. Evans
78 Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Acceptance

Taye Diggs
82 A Profile of Shane W. Evans

Ron Koertge
91 “Legacy”
A poem.

Columns

Roger Sutton
7
Editorial
King of All the Caldecotts
Maurice Sendak, 1928–2012.

Roger Sutton
16
My Favorite Caldecott / My Favorite Newbery
Medalists reveal their choices.
Featured throughout the issue.

Leonard S. Marcus
32
Sight Reading
Chris Raschka Unleashed
An unusual capacity for curiosity.

T. A. Barron
85
A Second Look
Why Fantasy Must Be True
Revisiting A Wrinkle in Time.

145
From The Guide
Sports
A selection of reviews from
The Horn Book Guide.

Horn Book editors
152
Cadenza
2012 Mind the Gap Awards
The books that didn’t win.

Reviews

92
141
Book Reviews
Audiobooks

Departments

4
5
148
150150
151
Letters to the Editor
July/August Starred Books
Impromptu
Index to “My Favorite Caldecott / My Favorite Newbery”
Index to Advertisers
Index to Books Reviewed

Cover © 2012 by Melissa Sweet.
Art on pages 1–2 from A Hole Is to Dig.
Illustrations © 1952 by Maurice Sendak.

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