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  • But when Elizabeth and I began the Books for Mature Young Readers list when we were in Zena's children's lit. class, we thought we were pioneers (and full credit to E., who acquired most of the titles).

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • But when Elizabeth and I began the Books for Mature Young Readers list when we were in Zena's children's lit. class, we thought we were pioneers (and full credit to E., who acquired most of the titles).

    It Looked Like Spilt Milk

  • Zena is right, the guy referenced "spending the night" soaked in oil (speaking as one of the bad friends who ran for cover rather than sticking it out with Zena).

    Wesson Oil

  • We met twenty-five years ago as students in Zena Sutherland's children's literature class at the University of Chicago, and now she is a children's book publisher in New York.

    Archive 2005-10-01

  • When Rosemary realizes Zena is advocating the reading of mediocre books, Rosemary's face registers real shock, and she doesn't respond.

    Weighty concerns

  • We met twenty-five years ago as students in Zena Sutherland's children's literature class at the University of Chicago, and now she is a children's book publisher in New York.

    Forbidden Children's Books

  • Great Goddess, I bring You my daughter, who is destined to serve You, for she, too, bears the name of Zena.

    Circles of Stone

  • But now you must know all; you must journey into my heart and mind, into the hearts and minds of the others who bore the name of Zena, for we are one even as we are separate.

    Circles of Stone

  • Great Goddess, I bring you my daughter, who is destined to serve You, for she, too, bears the name of Zena.

    Circles of Stone

  • Some of these wise ones were called Zena, like ourselves.

    Circles of Stone

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