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Horn Book Magazine – May/June 2016

May/June 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Special Issue: Collaborations Features “Lucky Lady” by Lydie Raschka Vera B. Williams and Chris Raschka collaborate on her last book. “Learning to Advise Writers” by Rita Williams-Garcia On mentoring MFA students. “Pictures in My Head” by Ann Rider How an editor pairs an author with “just the right illustrator.” “Was Jo March […]

Horn Book Magazine – March/April 2016

March/April 2016 Horn Book Magazne

Table of Contents Features Beverly Cleary’s 100th Birthday A series of tributes to the author and her work. “The Real Ramona” by David Reuther “Telling the Truth While Making Things Up” by Elaine Scott “Dear Mrs. Cleary” by Varian Johnson “Everyone Needs a Ramona” by Kate Messner “Beverly Cleary and the Art of Growing Up” […]

Horn Book Magazine – January/February 2016

January/February 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features Horn Book Fanfare by Horn Book editors Our choices for the best books of 2015. Boston Globe–Horn Book Award Gallery 2015 Celebrating the year’s winners and honorees. Fiction Nonfiction Picture Book “The World That Changes” by Susan Cooper Horn Book at Simmons keynote address on the theme “Transformations.” “Shelf Lives” by […]

Horn Book Magazine – November/December 2015

November/December 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “An Interview with Kate DiCamillo” by Elissa Gershowitz A lively chat over breakfast with the outgoing National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature. “’Children, Children, What Do You See?’” by Megan Dowd Lambert Excerpted from Reading Picture Books with Children, a new book that explores Lambert’s “Whole Book Approach” to storytime. “Comics […]

Horn Book Magazine – September/October 2015

September/October 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “(Very Eventually) The Zena Sutherland Lecture” by Jack Gantos The stories behind the stories, and, characteristically, some other stories. “A Thousand Winters” by Kwame Alexander Working to make order out of chaos. “The Woman Who Drew Narnia” by Vicky Smith Through the wardrobe with Pauline Baynes. Columns Editorial “Read Before You […]

Horn Book Magazine – July/August 2015

July/August 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “Coretta Scott King Awards 2015″ by Deborah Taylor “A group of established creators and some very intriguing newcomers.” “Coretta Scott King Author Award Acceptance” by Jacqueline Woodson “A profile of Jacqueline Woodson” by Nancy Paulsen “Coretta Scott King Illustrator Award Acceptance” by Christopher Myers “A profile of Christopher Myers” by Jason […]

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What a thrilling ALA Annual conference this year in San Francisco (so we hear…). We hope you were able to pick up a copy of the July/August Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: Awards. If not, it’ll be in your mailbox soon. If not? Subscribe to the Magazine, for goodness sake! In this Special Issue you’ll […]

Horn Book Magazine – May/June 2015

May/June 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Special Issue: Transformations Features “Hijacking the Pumpkin Coach” by Gregory Maguire Steering familiar stories in new directions. “Book & Me” by Charise Mericle Harper We debut a new comics series. “Apples to Elephants: Artists in Animation” by Betsy Bird Animation skills can — and often do — 
translate to skills in picture-book […]

Horn Book Magazine – March/April 2015

March/APril 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “Mind the Gaps: Books for All Young Readers” by Vaunda Micheaux Nelson Creating a demand for more good books featuring diverse characters. “Five Gay Picture-Book Prodigies and the Difference They’ve Made” by Barbara Bader From Sendak to dePaola. Columns Editorial “The Difference That Made Them” by Roger Sutton Diversity of all […]

Horn Book Magazine – January/February 2015

January/February 2015 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features Horn Book Fanfare Our choices for the best books of 2014. Boston Globe-Horn Book Award Gallery 2014 Celebrating the year’s winners and honor books. Columns Editorial “Why #WNDB” by Roger Sutton “We Need Diverse Books” is more than just a hashtag. A Second Look “The Planet of Junior Brown” by Barbara […]