Horn Book Magazine — September/October 2018


Table of Contents






Features


Children’s Literature Legacy Award Acceptance by Jacqueline Woodson

A profile of Jacqueline Woodson by Deborah Taylor

"Devoted to Diversity" by Shoshana Flax
Publishers with a purpose.




Columns


Editorial
"The Right to Read by Yourself" by Roger Sutton
Laura Ingalls Wilder’s legacy and the radical act of trusting child readers.

Board Book Roundup
"Treasure Hunting in the Public Library" by Julie Roach
Recommended new board books to check out.

From The (Ghoulish) Guide
Horn BOO!
A selection of reviews of Halloween books from The Horn Book Guide.




Reviews


Book Reviews




Departments


September/October Starred Books

Impromptu

Index to Advertisers

Index to Books Reviewed




Cover from She Made a Monster. Illustration © 2018 by Felicita Sala.
Page 1 art from Show Way. Illustration © 2005 by Hudson Talbott.




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