The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 5

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 6

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 7

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 8

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 9

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 10

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 11

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The Star’s Guide to Writing for Children — page 12

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From the Editor — May 2014

Roger Sutton

This week marks the debut of our new publication The Horn Book Herald, which will arrive in your inbox no more than four times a year. The first issue is devoted to our choices for the best summer reading and includes a link to a handy PDF you can take along to the library or […]

Editorial: The Man with the Purple Socks

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Unlike our lucky essayists (starting with Kathleen T. Horning), I never read Harriet the Spy as a child. Sure, it was around — I remember Susan Walley doing a book report on Harriet in the sixth grade — but I had learned by then what finks would do to boys who read books with a […]