< Previous page | Next page > 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 From the May/June 2004 Horn Book Magazine.
By Peggy Sullivan A three-story red brick house in midtown Washington serves as way-station to a collection of first editions of children’s books, manuscripts, illustrations, and many other related items. All these materials are forwarded in time to the University of Minnesota. Here they become a part of the Kerlan Collection, housed in its own […]
In his article “I Spy: Harriet and I,” Jack Gantos discusses “the thrill of being sneaky” (“I just liked knowing I had discovered something that was supposed to be a secret”). It’s a universal fascination — one that Harriet the Spy tapped into — which is why the ever-popular spy-novel genre continues to entice readers. […]
Table of Contents Features Harriet at 50 We mark the golden anniversary of Louise Fitzhugh’s immortal Harriet the Spy. “Spying on Louise Fitzhugh” by K. T. Horning “Fifty Years of Novel Exploits” by Betsy Hearne “I Spy: Harriet and I” by Jack Gantos “Becoming a Book Detective” by Cathryn M. Mercier “Writer, Wrestler, Stutterer, Spy” […]