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Horn Book Magazine — January/February 2017

January/February 2017 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “Horn Book Fanfare” by Horn Book editors Our choices for the best books of 2016. Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards: BGHB Award Gallery 2016 On the fiftieth anniversary of the awards, we celebrate this year’s winners and honorees, in three categories. Picture Book Fiction Nonfiction “Outside the Box” by M. T. Anderson […]

Preview January/February 2017 Horn Book Magazine

January/February 2017 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art by Francis Vallejo. Horn Book Fanfare: Our choices for the best books of 2016. Coverage of the 2016 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards: judges’ remarks, speeches, photos—in our 50th year! “Out of the Box”: M. T. Anderson’s Horn Book at Simmons keynote address. In “Fostering Wonder,” Kathleen T. Isaacs examines how picture books can […]

Horn Book Magazine — November/December 2016

November/December 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “Decolonizing Nostalgia” by Sarah Hannah Gómez When historical fiction betrays readers of color. “Saving Sisters” by Jeannine Atkins Sisterhood in Little Women, The Hunger Games, and Frozen. Columns Editorial “We’re with Her” by Elissa Gershowitz & Martha V. Parravano There’s a time for “nice” and a time for channeling our inner […]

Preview November/December 2016 Horn Book Magazine

November/December 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Cover art by Elisa Vavouri from A Hanukkah with Mazel by Joel Edward Stein. Foreign Correspondence: Summer Edward interviews Deborah Ahenkorah, cofounder and executive director of Golden Baobab. “Decolonizing Nostalgia”: Sarah Hannah Gómez looks at how historical fiction can betray readers of color. “Saving Sisters”: author Jeannine Atkins examines themes of sisterhood in Little Women, […]

Countdown to Boston Globe-Horn Book and Horn Book at Simmons 2016!

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The Boston Globe-Horn Book and Horn Book at Simmons weekend is almost here! We can’t wait to hear the winners and honorees speak at the awards ceremony on Friday night, followed on Saturday by the Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium: “Out of the Box” (nice name!). The colloquium features panels and discussions with the winners […]

Horn Book Magazine – September/October 2016

September/October 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Table of Contents Features “Orlando” by Christopher Myers “In the aftermath…there is a need for stories to contain, to comfort, to process, to prevent.” “Machetes” by Jason Reynolds From the author’s 2016 Coretta Scott King Honor Award acceptance speech for All American Boys. “How I Discovered Young Adult Poetry” by Marilyn Nelson The 2016 Zena […]

New Horn Book family blog – we have a name!

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Without further ado, The Horn Book presents the name and logo of our upcoming new blog, “Family Reading: Reading to Children. Reading with Children. Children Reading.” Here Roger talks about the inspiration behind the blog and about the wonderful logo art done by illustrator and friend-of-the-Horn-Book Liza Woodruff. Family Reading will debut on September 14. […]

HBAS16 full program… and sale!

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We’ve just posted the full program for this year’s Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium: “Out of the Box” (hey, catchy name!). Sign up before September 9 for a 20% discount. Who are you most excited to see? Here is the amazing (seriously, chills!), first-ever video announcement of the 2016 winners by Roger Sutton and Linda […]

Preview September/October 2016 Horn Book Magazine

September/October 2016 Horn Book Magazine

Author Kekla Magoon’s Second Look at Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, and cover art by Kadir Nelson from the 40th Anniversary Special Edition. Author/illustrator Christopher Myers’s “Orlando.” “Machetes”: from Jason Reynolds’s 2016 CSK Author Honor award acceptance speech for All American Boys. “How I Discovered Young Adult Poetry”: Marilyn Nelson’s 2016 Zena Sutherland Lecture. […]

ALA 2016 on hbook.com

Last Stop on Market Street. Illustration 2015 by Christian Robinson. Photo: Jennifer Buehler.

In case you missed it: Jerry Pinkney’s 2016 Coretta Scott King/Virginia Hamilton Lifetime Achievement Award speech and his 2016 Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal Acceptance speech: “Drawing My Dream.” Sophie Blackall’s Caldecott acceptance speech and Matt de la Peña’s Newbery speech. Rita Williams-Garcia’s Coretta Scott King Author Award acceptance speech and Bryan Collier’s Illustrator Award speech. […]