>Today we welcome editorial director Brian Kenney (with me above; photo taken by Mitali Perkins at Midwinter), publisher Ron Shank, and the rest of School Library Journal and Library Journal to Media Source, our parent company. Here’s the press release: Ohio-based Media Source Inc. announces today that it has acquired Library Journal and School Library […]
>“Terrific Baby” cake by Jennifer Brabander for Elissa Gershowitz’s baby shower today at the office. Photo by Lolly Robinson. Elissa is married to Ken Silber and we really want them to name the baby Wilbur. As you can see.
> Lolly took this neat picture of what our book collection looks like during remodeling. I can’t quite tell where in the alphabet this is.
>But the Horn Book, Inc. has a new owner. See details on our website.
>We’re on Facebook now. Really, I have no idea what this means. But come play with us!
>Former Horn Book editor Anita Silvey received the Education Publishing Association‘s Ludington Award “for an individual who has made a significant contribution to the paperback book business.” Her confrerees at the award banquet sported the singular Silvey accessory in her honor: (Anita is second from the left.) Let us join in the salute. Congrats, A.S.! […]
>Ah, Provincetown, where the Gays meet the Fisherfolk: photo by Richard Asch And where Buster met two of Santa’s minions: photo by Richard Asch But vacation is O-ver. Now I’m busy getting ready for ALA (any late Caldecott hopes, dreams, and fears you care to share?) and hustling up copy for the premier issue of […]
>and a fine trip it was. Monday evening I had the chance to meet scads of people from the child_lit listserv including its creator Michael Joseph, whose glasses I want but don’t think I could pull off (him or on me). The food was just-okay–wild boar shouldn’t be as boring as this one was–but the […]
>(photo courtesy of CNW Group) Longtime Horn Book contributor (I swear, she must have started writing the “News from the North” column when she was twelve) Sarah Ellis has won the TD Canadian Children’s Literature Award for Odd Man Out. And, in an oh-let’s-be-vulgar shout out to any civic-minded U.S. banking corporation, she gets 20,000 […]