My favorite BGHB winner roundup

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Horn Book staff members and reviewers tell us why they love their favorite Boston Globe–Horn Book winners and honor books. Choosing one favorite proved to be a bigger challenge than we expected: see Horn Book Magazine executive editor Martha V. Parravano’s passionate response and The Horn Book Guide executive editor Kitty Flynn’s six top picks. Check […]

Kitty Flynn’s favorite BGHB winner(s)

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When we asked our staff and reviewers to name their favorite Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners, many of them struggled to choose just one. Kitty Flynn, executive editor of The Horn Book Guide, sent us her six favorites: In Big Momma Makes the World (Candlewick, 2003 Picture Book Award winner), Phyllis Root’s earthy text is […]

Martha Parravano’s favorite BGHB winner

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We asked the Horn Book staff and reviewers to name their favorite Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners. Horn Book Magazine executive editor Martha V. Parravano writes passionately about one of her many favorites: I couldn’t pick a favorite, so instead I chose one of the many books that clamored, “Read me again!”: Robert Westall’s The […]

My favorite BGHB winner, staff edition

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We asked our staff and reviewers to name their favorite Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners. Choosing one favorite proved to be a bigger challenge than we expected — see Kitty Flynn’s six answers and Martha Parravano’s passionate response. Here’s what some of our other staff members had to say: Katie Bircher, Horn Book Assistant Editor: […]

My favorite BGHB winner, reviewer edition

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We asked our staff and reviewers to name their favorite Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners. Here’s what our reviewers had to say: Betty Carter: Holes by Louis Sachar (Foster/Farrar, 1999 Fiction Award winner). The circular nature of this novel, from Stanley Yelnats’s palindromic name to the combination of family histories, creates a full and satisfying […]