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Preview January/February 2013 Horn Book Magazine

  • January/February 2013 Horn Book MagazineHorn Book Fanfare: our choices for the best books of 2012.
  • Coverage of the 2012 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards: judges’ remarks, excerpts from speeches, photos.
  • Caldecott at 75: Kathleen T. Horning begins a seven-part series of articles looking back at the Caldecott by decade, starting with 1939 award winner Mei Li.
  • Borderlands: Yolanda Hare asks for a more diverse portrayal of African American teens in young adult literature.
  • Professional dancer, teacher, and children’s literature blogger Jill Homan Randall asks, “What Makes a Good Book About Dance?”
  • Books in the Home: 2012 BGHB judge Megan Lambert discusses her family’s interactions with the award-winning books.
  • From The Guide: American Politics.
  • Cadenza: “BGHB Awardplay,” a puzzle by Tim Wynne-Jones.
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