The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
The Bulletin, edited by Kate Quealy-Gainer, is one of the nation's leading children's book review journals for school and public librarians, teachers, and others interested in children's literature. Each year, it reviews nearly one thousand new books for young people from birth to young adulthood, with each review offering an in-depth look at the book's content, reading level, strengths and weaknesses, and possible uses. The journal is published eleven times per year (monthly except for August) for the School by The Johns Hopkins University Press. Back issues (1947 through two years prior to the current issue) are available online through IDEALS.