Horn Book Week in Review, February 17th–21st

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This week on hbook.com…

Last night was the second Children’s Books Boston event, a panel discussion of the 2014 ALA Award winners called “Why Did THAT Book Win?” Panel moderator Roger Sutton and attendee Cindy Ritter recap the panel.

From the March/April 2014 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: Illustration: “Pen, Ink, Watercolor, Repeat,” 2014 Caldecott Medalist Brian Floca on his favorite medium

More Studio Views from our March/April 1998 Special Issue: Picture Books

Review of the Week: Lord and Lady Bunny — Almost Royalty!: By Mr. & Mrs. Bunny by Polly Horvath, illus. by Sophie Blackall (more on Polly Horvath’s collaboration with Mr. and Mrs. Bunny here)

App Review of the Week: LEGO DUPLO Zoo

Out of the Box: “Rule-breakers and rising stars“: two YA short story anthologies

Lolly’s Classroom:

Events calendar

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Katie Bircher About Katie Bircher

Katie Bircher, assistant editor at The Horn Book, Inc., is a former bookseller and holds an MA in children's literature from Simmons College.

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