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I spy with my Warby Parker glasses...

(Photo: Warby Parker Boston Seaport) ...original art by author/illustrator Maira Kalman! The other weekend I needed to get my Welty (Eastern Bluebird Fade) glasses adjusted and ended up at Warby Parker's Boston Seaport location, only to discover the New Yorker (and Horn Book Guide!) cover artist's original paintings gracing the...
      

Publishers' Preview: Picture Books: Five Questions for Maira Kalman

This interview originally appeared in the November/December 2018 Horn Book Magazine as part of the Publishers’ Previews: Picture Books, an advertising supplement that allows participating publishers a chance to each highlight a book from its current list. They choose the books; we ask the questions.Sponsored byIn Bold & Brave: Ten...
      

On Maira Kalman's 2003 acceptance speech for the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Nonfiction

"The people on the John J. Harvey who fought the fires of 9/11 are the kind of people you want to know."When my older son was three or four, he visited the Horn Book offices and discovered my copy of Maira Kalman's Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J....
      

What's in the box?

Reviews of 2159 children's hardcover titles published between July and December 2011, that's what.The spring 2012 issue of The Horn Book Guide is out and ready for you. Subscribe online oremail: hbmcustserv@cdsfulfillment.comcall: 877 523 6072  (outside the U.S. 515-242-0297)fax: 712 733 1277You can also find these reviews, plus over 85,000 more...
      

Only the best for The New Yorker...

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...and for The Horn Book Guide! Maira Kalman, whose art from Why We Broke Up graces our new Spring Guide, also just illustrated her thirteenth New Yorker cover.     Check out these Fuse #8 and Seven Impossible Things posts for Betsy Bird's and Jules Danielson's intriguing explorations of the connections between children's...
      

2003 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award for Nonfiction: Fireboat by Maira Kalman

I am what I am (and Popeye ends right there with a succinct pop, but I have been asked to go on though I admire brevity above all else and often say the less said the better unless you have a lot to say which is fine it just better...

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