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Happy 100th Birthday, Joe Krush

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In a Venn diagram of people who have reached the notable age of one hundred, and of outstanding artists and illustrators, the intersecting circle would be quite small, and would include Joe Krush. Joe celebrates his centenary on May 18, 2018. Along with his wife Beth (1918-2009), he has left...
      

Editorial: The Little Old Lady from Boston Meets Captain Billy’s Whiz Bang

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What can I say? When we were planning our annual special issue and decided on the topic of humor, it was last summer, and everyone was feeling very optimistic. Now I suppose we can only hope, as the old saying goes (and as Lisa Yee reminds us), that comedy is...
      

2016 in review

Happy New Year! We hope your year is full of great reads and good friends.Before we ring in 2017, though, let’s take a look back at 2016 — we had a very busy year!BGHB 2016 coverageFanfare 2016ALA 2016 coverageRemembering children's lit Great Ladies Lois Duncan, Anna Dewdney, and Natalie Babbitt;...
      

Letter to the Editor from Ginny Moore Kruse, March/April 2016

March/April 2016 Horn BookEver since I read the recent Horn Book tribute to Beverly Cleary, my friend and colleague Eliza T. Dresang has been in my mind. Now that the 100th anniversary of Beverly Cleary's birth is being celebrated, I'm thinking of both of these amazing women. Perhaps Eliza is...
      

Today's the day! Happy 100th birthday, Beverly Cleary

One hundred years ago today — April 12, 1916 — children's literature icon Beverly Cleary was born. Today we hope she's enjoying a gigantic slice of carrot cake!We've been celebrating her life and legacy in the pages of The Horn Book and at hbook.com. Here are some of children's literature's...
      

Beverly Cleary letter to Lois Darling

This spring the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art launches an exhibit of the work of illustrator Louis Darling, Louis Darling: Drawing the Words of Beverly Cleary. While preparing the exhibit, curator (and Caldecott Honoree, thank you very much!) Tony DiTerlizzi found the following letter from Beverly Cleary to...
      

Once Upon a Time It Was 1950

Ask any reader, teacher, librarian, author, or illustrator to rattle off their favorite Beverly Cleary books, and chances are the list will contain names of literary personalities we all know and love: Henry Huggins, Ramona Quimby, Ellen Tebbits, Ribsy, and (my favorite) the motorcycle-riding Ralph S. Mouse.Ask that same group...
      

You Don’t DO That to Beverly Cleary!

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Husband Guy came home to find me digging a pit in our front yard. He recognized the little storm cloud over my head, so he knew what to ask:“Who irked you now?”“The mailman!” I said, tossing another shovelful of Jersey dirt. “He bent Beverly Cleary!”Husband Guy arched one eyebrow like...
      

Beverly Cleary and the Art of Growing Up

Like my own home street, I took Klickitat Street for granted until I had been gone for a long time and returned. I recently re-read the Ramona series and realized how many scenes had wormed their way into my memory and become indistinguishable from my own experiences. The paper-bag owl,...
      

Walking with Ramona: Exploring Beverly Cleary's Portland

If you're planning a trip to Portland, Oregon, and you are a Beverly Cleary super-fan, be sure to pack this little guidebook. Walking with Ramona: Exploring Beverly Cleary's Portland (Microcosm Publishing, coming October 2016) is a walking (or cycling) tour of Ramona-land and an interesting history of the city (before...

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