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Horn Book Magazine — July/August 2018: Special Issue: ALA Awards

Table of Contents Features Coretta Scott King–Virginia Hamilton Award Acceptance by Eloise Greenfield “The Year in Words” by Monica Edinger and Roxanne Hsu Feldman Newbery Medal Acceptance by Erin Entrada Kelly A profile of Erin Entrada Kelly by Virginia Duncan Coretta Scott King Author Award Acceptance by Renée Watson A profile of Renée Watson by […]

Preview July/August 2018 Horn Book Magazine

Special Issue: ALA Awards. Original cover art by 2018 Caldecott Medal winner Matthew Cordell. Critics Monica Edinger and Roxanne Hsu Feldman (“The Year in Words”) and Julie Danielson and Travis Jonker (“The Year in Pictures”) discuss the books of 2017. Eloise Greenfield’s Coretta Scott King–Virginia Hamilton Award Acceptance speech. Erin Entrada Kelly’s Newbery Medal acceptance […]

Horn Book Magazine — May/June 2018: Special Issue: Making a Difference

Table of Contents Features “Making a Difference in Our Nation’s Library: 
An Interview with Dr. Carla Hayden” by Roger Sutton The first female and first African American 
Librarian of Congress talks about mirror books, youth librarianship, and nonpartisanship. “’To Be Great, Heroic or Beautiful’: The Enduring Legacy of The Brownies’ Book” by Jonda C. McNair […]

Preview May/June 2018 Horn Book Magazine

Special Issue: Making a Difference Cover by Yuyi Morales. Carla Hayden, the first female and first African American Librarian of Congress, talks with Horn Book editor in chief Roger Sutton — her library school classmate! — about Bright April, mirror books, and nonpartisanship in the library. Jonda C. McNair and Rudine Sims Bishop examine the […]

Horn Book Magazine — March/April 2018

Table of Contents Features “An Interview with Regina Hayes” by Leonard S. Marcus The Viking Children’s Books editor-at-large reflects on a five-decade-long career — from blue-haired ladies to James Marshall, Mildred  D. Taylor, Jon and Lane, and Sarah Dessen. “A Preponderance of Pink: A Conversation with Kathleen T. Horning” by Martha V. Parravano & Elissa […]

Preview March/April 2018 Horn Book Magazine

Leonard S. Marcus interviews Viking Children’s Books editor-at-large Regina Hayes about her five-decade-long career. New for New Readers: “An Easy Reader Renaissance.” The Horn Book editors begin a series of articles that will highlight books for emerging readers, with recommendations drawn from both the Magazine and the Guide. Martha V. Parravano and Kathleen T. Horning, […]

Horn Book Magazine — January/February 2018

Table of Contents Features Horn Book Fanfare Our choices for the best books of 2017. Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards BGHB Awards Gallery 2017 Celebrating the year’s winners and honorees — in the BGHB Awards’ fiftieth anniversary year. Picture Book Nonfiction Fiction and Poetry BGHB at 50 “Amber and Essie and Vera and Me” by Julie […]

Preview January/February 2018 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art by Ashley Bryan. Horn Book Fanfare: Our choices for the best books of 2017. Coverage of the 2017 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards: judges’ remarks, speeches, photos — in our 50th anniversary year! BGHB at 50: 2017 committee chair Julie Roach shares her first BGHB experience — and a keepsake of Vera B. Williams’s […]

Horn Book Magazine — November/December 2017

Table of Contents Features “An Interview with Kishonna L. Gray” by Elissa Gershowitz An expert in game studies and comparative media studies discusses the need for diverse games, diverse books, diverse everything. Columns Editorial “No Ordinary Gift” by Roger Sutton We need to support libraries responsibly, equitably, and enthusiastically. Foreign Correspondence “Beyond the ‘Four Fs’: […]

Preview November/December 2017 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art by James Ransome from The Nutcracker in Harlem by T. E. McMorrow. Elissa Gershowitz interviews game studies and comparative media studies expert Kishonna L. Gray about the need for diverse games, diverse books, diverse everything. Foreign Correspondence: Summer Edward goes beyond the “Four Fs” in a call for Caribbean Own Voices. The Writer’s […]