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Sarah Pieters Talks with Roger

Longtime editor Edna Albertson, known for her Dear Clueless letters published in The Horn Book, retired from Cottage Press (now a division of ImPress) in 1997. She was succeeded by Sarah Pieters, whose, ahem, discriminating approach to manuscript acquisitions rivals that of her predecessor. I spoke with Sarah ahead of the publication of Dear Dumbass: […]

ImPress

Introducing a new Horn Book partner:   For every kids’ or YA book sticking out of a briefcase, there’s someone insisting that adults should only read adult books. But how can the grownups of the world access the often innovative stories aimed at the younger set without lowering themselves? Enter ImPress, a new small publisher […]

Horn Book reviews of ImPress’s inspirations

New small publisher ImPress adapts children’s books for grown-ups (without any of that embarrassing kid stuff). Here’s how The Horn Book Magazine reviewed the original titles. Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown; illus. by the author Preschool, Primary     Little, Brown     48 pp. 9/13     978-0-316-20063-9     $18.00 Mr. Tiger walks upright and wears a […]