It's good to celebrate new books in children's literature, but I've been wondering, what about all the older books that were just as good in quality. For adults, we've already read the older books and are always in need of the new, but for children, they're new to the literature. An older book is just as new to them as a new book. Some classics still remain, but many very good titles you don't hear about or see anymore. Do they go to an old book graveyard? I wonder if some of those titles need to be resurrected so today's readers can also be enriched by them as we once were.