A life of Children's Books

I thought this was an inspirational article about Anne Moore’s life in New York who, as The New Yorker states:

In the first half of the twentieth century, no one wielded more power in the field of children’s literature than Moore, a librarian in a city of publishers.

She devised many of the conventions that live on today.  It’s always interesting to read about people who had much a severe impact on our lives.

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