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After the Call: Dazzled and Honored

Oh, I remember that evening. We were entertaining dinner guests, and the phone rang. I answered it, and listened, and then the call was over, so I returned to the table to report, except — and I remember this vividly — that the mental tape on which I had always...

Review of Little Bird

Little Bird by Cynthia Voigt; illus. by Lynne Rae Perkins  Intermediate    Greenwillow    336 pp.    g 9/20    978-0-06-299689-3    $16.99  e-book ed.  978-0-06-299691-6    $8.99  In her latest animal fantasy, Voigt returns to the Old Davis Farm, a territory she has explored in three previous books (most recently Toaff’s Way, rev. 9/18). Little Bird is a curious...

Review of Toaff's Way audiobook

Toaff’s Way by Cynthia Voigt; read by Ariadne Meyers Intermediate    Listening Library    Rev. 9/18 5 CDs    5.9 hrs.    978-0-525-62479-0    $45.00 Separated from his family during a winter storm, Toaff, a young squirrel, resiliently sets out to find a new place to live. Over the course of the next three seasons,...

Celebrating one year of Family Reading

Happy 1st Birthday to this blog!We debuted this blog on September 14, 2016 — which Katie noted last Thursday during the Horn Book staff's annual editorial planning meeting at Roger's house. For some reason, everyone was too focused on work flow and the editorial calendar to properly mark the occasion...

On Cynthia Voigt's "Have a Carrot" (from March/April 1997)

“High on the list of favorite read-aloud books in the house where I was the Mommy is The Runaway Bunny.”Newbery Medalist (for Dicey's Song) Cynthia Voigt reflects on the classic picture book by Margaret Wise Brown in her article, "Have a Carrot," published in 1997 in the Horn Book Magazine...

Cynthia Voigt Talks with Roger

Talks with Roger is a sponsored supplement to our free monthly e-newsletter, Notes from the Horn Book. To receive Notes, sign up here.Sponsored by Photo: Michael LionstarCynthia Voigt's latest book, Mister Max: The Book of Lost Things, is a largely comic Victorian mystery that seems miles away from the tough...

Profiles of Cynthia Voigt

Cynthia Voigt's mother and daughter profile the author to celebrate her 1983 Newbery Medal Award win for Dicey's Elise K. IrvingWhen Cynthia called that Monday night, she asked if I was sitting down before she told me that she had won the Newbery. And she was right. It is...

"Have a Carrot"

by Cynthia VoigtI don’t know that my children would agree — and I am not consulting them to find out — but high on the list of favorite read-aloud books in the house where I was the Mommy is The Runaway Bunny. As a mother, as a pillow to the...

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