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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 Are Picture Books: A (Graphic) Novel Idea” by Elisa Gall and Patrick Gall
A call to “think outside the panels.”


Columns

Editorial
“We’re Not Rainbow Sprinkles” by Roger Sutton
Why checking off boxes isn’t diversity.

Field Notes
“On Propagating Literacy” by A. S. King
Helping readers flourish at an adult literacy center in Ireland.

The Writer’s Page

“A Method to the Madness: One Graphic Novelist’s Process” by Matt Phelan
“It begins with words, although I know it will end with pictures.”

From The Guide
“Comics for Middle Graders”
A selection of reviews from The Horn Book Guide.


Reviews

Holiday High Notes

Book Reviews

Audiobook Reviews


Departments

On the Web

November/December Starred Books

Impromptu

Index to Books Reviewed

Index to Advertisers


Cover © 2015 by Rubin Pingk. Page 1 art from Bink & Gollie. Illustration © 2010 by Tony Fucile.


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