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March/April 2017 Horn Book MagazineCover art by Hawa Diallo.

Roger Sutton talks with 2016–2017 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Gene Luen Yang about the Reading Without Walls campaign and transcending boundaries with books.

Crescent Dragonwagon, Charlotte Zolotow’s daughter and literary executor, reflects on the challenges and joys of “collaborating” with her late mother.

“When Google Translate Gives You Arroz con Mango”: Celia C. Pérez on errors in Spanish and the need for #ownvoices in children’s books.

Picture This: Rita Auerbach’s extended review of the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of Molly Bang’s essential guide to illustration.

Gregory Maguire begins our series celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards with a look back at Unleaving, the 1976 Fiction winner by Jill Paton Walsh.

From The Guide: Art Appreciation.

Audiobook reviews.


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