Book & Me | Comic #12

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

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What book will you take to the beach?

OnTheBeach

In my fantasy world, as I say in my introduction to the Horn Book’s annual summer reading recommendations. kids (and grownups) could read whatever they like while on their break. Wouldn’t that be GREAT? While I remember exhortations from teachers to read over the summer (not like I or probably you needed any encouragement) there were no lists […]

Book & Me | Comic #11

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

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Best book bracketology

March Madness- Picture Books

It was the best of times; it was the worst of times. A fresh, clean bracket has names neatly penciled into open slots, representing optimism and promise for excitement. Meanwhile, the sweetness of the beginning is quickly thrown into tumult, as surprises abound and unpredicted losses become the talk of Twitter. The competition is fierce, […]

Book & Me | Comic #10

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

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Publisher Anita Eerdmans on Roger Is Reading a Book

roger is reading a book

In our May/June 2015 issue, we asked publisher Anita Eerdmans about the bespectacled, bowtied — and strangely familiar-looking — protagonist of Roger Is Reading a Book. Read the review here. Horn Book Editors: We’d like to know: Is that Roger our Roger? Anita Eerdmans: Yes and no. In the original Dutch, the main character is […]

Book & Me, Week 2

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

In case you missed them, here is the second batch of entries in Charise Mericle Harper’s original “Book & Me” comics series: #5: Book makes breakfast #6: “I needed a pick-me-up. I’m seeing what it feels like to carry five starred reviews.” #7: Book vs. Amazon reviews #8: “How come we never go anywhere? OTHER […]

Book & Me | Comic #9

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

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Book & Me | Comic #8

Book & Me by Charise Mericle Harper

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May Notes

may 2015 notes

The May edition of Notes from the Horn Book is on its way! An interview with Last Stop on Market Street illustrator Christian Robinson kicks it off, followed by more picture books celebrating grandmas picture-book musician biographies intermediate fantasy with a hint of creepiness historical fiction for teens Read the issue online or subscribe to […]