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bloopah.jpgYou’re the first to know! The Horn Book is launching a new blog in the fall. Geared toward parents, the blog will provide parent-centric Horn Book articles along with new content.

What we need from you — and in the spirit of our May/June Horn Book Magazine Special Issue: Collaborations — is suggestions for a name for new addition to our blog family:

Read Roger: The Horn Book editor’s rants and raves.

Calling Caldecott: What will win? What can win? What should win?

Lolly’s Classroom: Children, books, and school: reading for education.

Out of the Box: An exclusive look at what comes into the Horn Book offices.

Read Roger  Lolly's Classroom
Calling Caldecott  Out of the Box
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  1. Grow a Reader

  2. Raising Bucks with Books

  3. Kelly Roberts says:

    The Parent Primer

  4. Katie Bircher Katie Bircher says:

    All great suggestions — keep ’em coming! We’re going to award a 1-year Mag subscription to whoever comes up with our favorite name. 🙂

  5. Reading ‘rents
    Raise a Reader
    Parent Pages
    Pages for Parents
    Tooting the Horn
    Horning In on Great Books
    Blowing the Horn for Great Books

  6. Parents Raising Readers

  7. For Parents: Every child’s first, best teacher

  8. Kathleen Kerner says:

    Parent Partners or Parents as Partners

  9. Amy Beitzel says:

    The Parents’ Perch
    Parents’ Corner
    From Diapers to Books
    Is it Naptime Yet?
    Tending Toddlers
    Babes and Kids Review
    Families Who Read Together Stay Together

  10. Parental seeds for Kiddie Reads
    Parental Post
    Guardian Readers Lane

  11. Kristy South says:

    Parents Blog
    Parents Only

  12. Horn Book in the Home
    Reading Family
    Can you use “A Family of Readers” or is that title copyright protected?
    Reading with Children
    Feed and Read

  13. Megan Ashley says:

    Parental Guidance

  14. Julie Reich says:

    [The] Reading Life
    [The] Family Bookshelf

  15. Elisa Gall says:

    Nurture Shelf
    Page by Stage
    Because I Said So?
    (Just kidding on that last one.) 🙂

  16. Elisa Gall says:

    Because I Read So

  17. Megan Ashley says:

    No Kids Allowed

  18. Little Bro says:

    Parental Discretion.

    Cute kid. Is he the new logo?

  19. Heather J. says:

    Shared Stories: Books in the Family

    Parents & Books: Portals of Possibility

    What Happens Next?: Reading, Parenting, and Growing Up

  20. Emily Green-Cain says:

    A Family of Readers
    Tootin’ at Home
    The Reading Chair

  21. Eva Jensen says:

    The Gong
    -Family Edition of the Horn.

  22. Kathryn Bunthoff says:

    Side by Side

  23. Susan Corbett says:

    Growing Readers

  24. Ashley Potthast says:

    Brass Tacks

  25. Deborah Apel says:

    At home with HornBook

  26. Laura Mullen says:

    The Index: What To Read With Children

    Chapters: Everything You Need To Read With Children

    The Playground

  27. Lap
    On our laps

    In reference to the great quote about children being made readers on the laps of their parents.

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