1. The largest children's bookstore in North America is in ___________________.
3. The Calvert County (Maryland) Board of Library Trustees voted unanimously to keep the book ______________ on the shelves in the children's section, with the other picture books.
4. On this day before Halloween, you can test your knowledge of literary ________ by taking a quiz at The Guardian.
5. At the recent Rabbit Hill Festival of Literature, artist E.B. Lewis said that the 2005 _______ show at the Eric Carle Museum gave him a new appreciation for that author-illustrator's work. By the way, the next meeting of the ________ Society takes place at the Sloane Club, in London, on December 6th.
6. Related to #5, the book __________ celebrates its centenary this year.
7. The upcoming bicentennial of ________'s birthday has inspired the recent publication of many books, including _____ ______ Crosses a Creek: A Tall Thin Tale (Introducing His Forgotten Frontier Friend); The ______: A Scrapbook Look at _______ and Mary; and ______ Honest Words: The Life of ___________.
8. ___________ tops the picture-book bestseller list at the New York Times this week.
9. There is a "race row over golliwogs sold in __________ shop" in the UK. The shop's owner defends her wares and poses for a photo. Both the defending and the posing are remarkably ill-advised.
10. Readers can sign a petition asking the post office to make a stamp honoring _______________ , the 1963 Caldecott winner.
1. Vancouver; 2. Lion, Witch, Wardrobe; 3. And Tango Makes Three; 4. witches; 5. Beatrix Potter, Beatrix Potter; 6. The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck; 7. Abraham Lincoln, Abraham Lincoln, Lincolns, Abraham, Abe's, Abraham Lincoln; 8. ABC3D; 9. Enid Blyton. 10. The Snowy Day.