CCBC librarians publish article in The Horn Book magazine

May 26, 2023

A recent article in The Horn Book magazine, titled “CCBC and Diverse Books: Numbers Are Just Part of the Story,” shares a brief history and offers insights into how the School of Education’s Cooperative Children’s Book Center (CCBC) documents its Diversity Statistics.

Celebrating the retirement of the CCBC’s ‘KT the Magnificent’

July 6, 2022

KT Horning started working at the CCBC as an undergraduate volunteer in 1979, learned and thrived under the mentorship of director emerita Ginny Moore Kruse, and took over as the center’s director in 2002. A remarkable career that spanned parts of six decades ended on July 1, when Horning retired from the university.

CCBC’s Tyner speaks about why children’s books are becoming more diverse

March 15, 2022

UW–Madison’s Madelyn Tyner, a librarian in the Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC), spoke with the Indian general news and opinion website The Quint recently about why CCBC data shows that children's books are becoming more diverse. CCBC data is also highlighted in the article.