Video from BGHB Awards — September 28, 2012

The 2012 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award ceremony has been divided into the following YouTube video segments. If you’d like to see some photographs, click here. For a page of tweets from the ceremony, click here. For a Horn Book @ Simmons Twitter timeline, click here. And stay tuned for more to come in the January/February 2013 Horn Book Magazine!


Cathryn Mercier and Roger Sutton open the 2012 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards ceremony (7:01):


Julie Fogliano and Erin E. Stead accept the 2012 BGHB PB Honor Book award (7:07):


Judge Megan Lambert accepts the BGHB PB Honor Award for And the Soldiers Sang (4:36):


Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen accept the 2012 BGHB Picture Book award for Extra Yarn (21:38):


Publisher Betsy Groban accepts the 2012 BGHB NF Honor Award for Georgia in Hawaii (5:59):


Caitlin O’Connell and Donna M. Jackson accept the 2012 BGHB NF Honor Book Award (14:01):


Joan Sommers and Amanda Freymann accept the 2012 Boston Globe-Horn Book NF Award (14:02):


Mal Peet accepts the 2012 BGHB Fiction Honor Book Award for Life: An Exploded Diagram (7:00):


Elizabeth Wein accepts the 2012 BGHB Fiction Honor Book Award for Code Name Verity (5:23):


Vaunda Micheaux Nelson and R. Gregory Christie accept the 2012 BGHB Fiction award (19:12):


Horn Book editor in chief Roger Sutton’s closing remarks  (1:48):

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