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Week in Review, October 13th-17th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards ceremony timeline Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium timeline BGHB/HBAS weekend slideshow Horn BOO! Recommended Halloween boooOOOoooks Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Remy and Lulu by Kevin Hawkes; 
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miniatures by Hannah E. Harrison Fiction: 100 Sideways Miles by Andrew Smith Nonfiction: Malala, […]

2014 Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium timeline

HBAS keynote speaker Vaunda Micheaux Nelson.

On Saturday, October 11th, we held our fourth annual Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium with the theme “Mind the Gaps: Books for All Young Readers.” Miss the fun? We’ve compiled a timeline of the day’s highlights based on tweets by our staff and other attendees. See Friday’s ceremony timeline here. 8:53 am: Good morning! Cider […]

2014 BGHB ceremony timeline

Fiction Honor winner Gene Luen Yang and Roger Sutton.

Did you miss the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards on Friday, October 10th? Just want to relive the excitement of the ceremony? We’ve compiled a timeline of the evening’s highlights based on tweets by our staff and other attendees. See Saturday’s Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium timeline here. 5:52 pm: Here we go! #BGHB14 opening remarks […]

2014 BGHB and HBAS photos

The 2014 Boston Globe-Horn Book winners and honor books.

We had a most excellent — and thought provoking — time at the 2014 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards and the Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium: Mind the Gaps: Books for All Young Readers. Eloquent speeches (to be published in the January/February 2015 Horn Book Magazine), probing questions, wonderful books, tasty snacks, and fabulous company. Here […]

HBAS is coming.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year — we hope to see you tomorrow night at the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards ceremony (omg, what to wear?!) and on Saturday for the Mind the Gaps: Books for All Young Readers colloquium. Let the swag-bag stuffing begin!

From the Editor – October 2014

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When it comes to spooky stories, it’s always hard to know just how scared any given person wants to be. Maurice Sendak always said that children sent him drawings of Wild Things that terrified him; I, one the other hand, once drove a little girl screaming from a story hour with “The Three Billy Goats […]

Week in Review, September 29th-October 3rd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Molly Idle Talks with Roger about Flora and the Penguin Preview the November/December 2014 issue of The Horn Book Magazine Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: When Aunt Mattie 
Got Her Wings by Petra Mathers Fiction: Clariel: The Lost Abhorsen by Garth Nix — plus a Q&A for the author here […]

Preview November/December 2014 Horn Book Magazine

November/December 2014 Horn Book Magazine

Author John Green’s 2014 Zena Sutherland Lecture, “Does YA Mean Anything Anymore? Genre in a Digitized World.” Horn Book reviewer Thom Barthelmess‘s ten rules for civil discourse vis-a-vis book discussion. Author Cammie McGovern discusses diversity and disability in children’s books. Field Notes: Librarian Jonathan Hunt looks at Jon Klassen’s and Mo Willems’s books through the […]

Week in Review, September 22nd-26th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… The Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards ceremony and Mind the Gaps: Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium are coming up soon — register now to attend both! This week we celebrated our winners and honorees with roundups of web extras: Nonfiction: winner Steve Sheinkin (The Port Chicago 50); honorees Steve Jenkins (The Animal […]

2014 BGHB Picture Book Day

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Wednesday and yesterday we gave you web extras honoring our BGHB Nonfiction and Fiction Award winners — today it’s picture books’ turn! Read reviews of all of the 2014 picture book winners here; see below for a lot more web extras to celebrate them. And, if you’re in the Boston area, join us on October […]