The Horn Book Magazine — November/December 2013








November/December 2013 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents


 



















































































































Features


Christopher Myers10Young Dreamers
What if George Zimmerman had read The Snowy Day?

Linda Sue Park 17Writer vs. Author
The author's 2013 Zena Sutherland lecture.

Columns



Roger Sutton
7
Editorial

It's Your Party
Roger puts on a fresh bow tie and goes out on the town(s).


Angela J. ReynoldsField Notes
The Y-Librarian™: An App for Book Readers
Over 100 years in development!
Available seven days a week! Free!

Kathleen T. Horning 33Caldecott at 75
Hey, Al and the Quirky Choice
Sixth in a series on the Caldecott Medal at 
seventy-five—
one winner per decade, here the 1980s.

Leonard S. Marcus41Sight Reading
Northward Bound
The picture book art of Isol.

Randy Ribay 48What Makes a Good...?
What Makes a Good YA Urban Novel?

Megan Lambert55Books in the Home
Faith in Reading
Sharing Christian-themed books
in a secular household.

125
From The Guide
Teen Problem Novels
A selection of reviews from
The Horn Book Guide.


Elissa Gershowitz136
Cadenza
The Horn Book Television Line-Up
Children’s lit editions
of popular TV shows.




Reviews


 61
 71
122

Audiobook Reviews




Departments


4
5
127
134
135
Letters to the Editor
November/December Starred Books
Impromptu
Index to Advertisers
Index to Books Reviewed
Cover art by Uri Shulevitz. © 2013 by Margaret Ferguson Books, Farrar Straus Giroux Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group.
Page 1 art from The Snowy Day. © 1962 by Ezra Jack Keats.

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