December Notes: all Fanfare, all the time

December’s Notes from the Horn Book is full of Fanfare goodness, with glowing recommendations of 26 of the year’s best-of-the-best books for children and young adults — plus an interview with honoree Megan Whalen Turner. The December Notes is available online, but make sure to subscribe so you don’t miss out on upcoming issues.

Notes from the Horn Book, Fanfare edition

The December issue of Notes from the Horn Book is out with the complete annotated Fanfare, our choices for the best books of 2010, and an interview with the Fanfared Megan Whalen Turner. Also, Anita Burkam reviews (the movie)  The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Sounds good!

Drumroll, please!

We’re delighted to announce the 2010 Horn Book Fanfare list, our picks for the best children’s and young adult books of the year. Picture Books Mirror, written and illustrated by Jeannie Baker (Candlewick) Me and You, written and illustrated by Anthony Browne (Farrar) I Know Here, written by Laurel Croza, illustrated by Matt James (Groundwood) […]

>Fanfare 2010

>The following books have been named to the Horn Book Magazine‘s 2010 Fanfare list, our selections for the best children’s and young adult books of the year. The list will be published in next week’s Notes from the Horn Book with annotations explaining what makes each book so great. In the same issue, Martha Parravano […]

>More Fanfare

>The official Fanfare 2009 list is up on our site, along with links to previous lists going back to 1938, the year we began constructing such a thing. It’s both enlightening and sobering to go back over the lists to see which books stick around (from 1938, The Hobbit) and which disappear (Jerry of Seven-Mile […]

>Da-da-da-DAH

>(Approximating the fanfare from the old Imperial margarine commercial) The new issue of Notes is out, complete with the Fanfare choices, our picks for the best books of the year.

>New Notes from the Horn Book–Fanfare Edition

>The latest issue of Notes features our Fanfare list with parent-friendly annotations, so pass it along. Also: Martha Parravano talks to picture book hero Kevin Henkes.

>And the hits just keep on comin’

>We proudly present Fanfare 2008, the Horn Book’s choices for the best books of the year.

>Fanfare 2007

>is up for your reading pleasure. This list will be published in the January/February issue of the Horn Book Magazine.