We’ve revamped our recommended blog list, first compiled by NYPL librarian and Fuse #8 blogger Betsy Bird to accompany her article “Blogging the Kidlitosphere.” Check out old friends and new faves here at the Horn Book website.
The July/August Horn Book Magazine is out, and selected articles are on our website, including profiles of the Newbery, Caldecott, and Wilder medalists and the CSK author and illustrator award recipients. And don’t miss K.T. Horning’s eye-opening “Secrecy and the Newbery Medal”. . . in which much history is related and several secrets revealed.
The 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award recipients are: Fiction Winner: Blink & Caution by Tim Wynne-Jones (Candlewick) Honor: Chime by Franny Billingsley (Dial) Honor: Anna Hibiscus by Atinuke (Kane Miller) Nonfiction Winner: The Notorious Benedict Arnold: A True Story of Adventure, Heroism, & Treachery by Steve Sheinkin (Flash Point/Roaring Brook) Honor: Into the Unknown: How […]
Get a sneak peek at the Fall 2011 Horn Book Guide! We’ve just added 210 reviews to the Guide Online—check out the brand-new titles, authors, and illustrators. Subscribe to the print Guide and Guide Online here.
The following titles will receive starred reviews in the July/August issue of The Horn Book Magazine: – Naamah and the Ark at Night written by Susan Campbell Bartoletti, illustrated by Holly Meade (Candlewick) – Bone Dog written and illustrated by Eric Rohmann (Roaring Brook) – Press Here written and illustrated by Herve Tullet (Handprint/Chronicle) – […]
Our annual summer reading list is up, just in time for the long holiday weekend! If your Memorial Day plans involve travel (and traffic), be sure to peruse the new recommended audiobooks list for road trip listening suggestions.
Unfortunately, and contrary to yesterday’s post, Horn Book editors Roger Sutton and Martha Parravano will not be speaking at the Eric Carle Museum on May 21st. The event has been postponed, with the new date to be announced. Fortunately, tonight Roger will indeed moderate a star-studded panel of YA authors discussing “Diversity in Young Adult […]