Wednesday, April 30, 2008

New Issue of Horn Book Magazine

Horn Book MagazineMay/June 2008

Editorial
Altogether, One at a Time: A family-friendly issue

Features
An Interview with Rudine Sims Bishop by Kathleen T. Horning
Talking with the foremost scholar of African American children's literature. Web Extras

Reading about Families in My Family by Megan Lambert
What if there are no books about families like yours? Web Extras

Truffles by Linda Sue Park

Goodnight Squishy Ball by Amy Schwartz

A Dad Grows Up by Christopher Paul Curtis
The effects of "parental micromanagement" on kids' reading

Trashing Elmo by Ginee Seo & Bruce Brooks
"Taste . . . is an elusive, reaching thing."

Unriddling the World by Susan Cooper Web Extras

God Knows, Philip Pullman by Anne Quirk
Do we place too much faith in literature? Web Extras

Reviews
Book Reviews: A sampling from the latest issue

Audiobook Reviews

Recommended Reissues
Finesse or Faux Pas? by Terri Schmitz

Columns
The Writer's Page
Quack-tique by Sherry Shahan

Borderlands
YA Lit and the Deathly Fellows by Patty Campbell Web Extras

Cadenza
“Grandpa and Great-Uncle Paul” by Eloise Greenfield

May/June Starred Books

Preview of next issue: A sneak peek at what's coming up!

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