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November’s Notes from the Horn Book

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November’s Notes from the Horn Book is on its way to subscribers now! We kick things off with 5Q for Nicola Yoon on her new novel The Sun Is Also a Star. In this issue you’ll also find: • YA stories of finding love in troubled times • “wonderfall” seasonal picture books • illustrated artist […]

From the Editor – October 2016

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I hope you can join The Horn Book this Saturday at the Boston Book Festival in Copley Square and its environs. Courtesy of our friends at The Boston Globe, we have a booth (#61, prime placement right outside the Boston Public Library), so come say hello and pick up some swag, including issues of The […]

October’s Notes from the Horn BooOOooK

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October’s Halloweenish Notes from the Horn Book is bat-winging its way to inboxes right now! We start things off on a serious note with 5Q for Skila Brown on her starred verse novel To Stay Alive: Mary Ann Graves and the Tragic Journey of the Donner Party, plus a selection of historical horror stories for […]

Books mentioned in the October 2016 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Skila Brown To Stay Alive: Mary Ann Graves and the Tragic Journey of the Donner Party by Skila Brown, Candlewick, 14 years and up. Caminar by Skila Brown, Candlewick, 11–14 years. Slickety Quick: Poems About Sharks by Skila Brown, illus. by Bob Kolar, Candlewick, 5–8 years. Historical horror stories The Passion of […]

September Notes is on the way!

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September’s Notes from the Horn Book newsletter mails today! This issue we talk with Vera Brosgol (known for her YA graphic novel Anya’s Ghost) about her debut picture book Leave Me Alone! This month’s other goodies: • picture books behaving badly • chapter books about animal lovers and interspecies friendships • graphic-novel adventures for intermediate […]

From the Editor – September 2016

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Today marks the debut of our newest blog, Family Reading, which will concern itself with all things books in the home. The blog will feature new and classic articles from The Horn Book Magazine as well as posts from parents and caregivers of all stripes about connecting their children with good books. We are seeking […]

Coming soon: August Notes!

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August’s Notes from the Horn Book newsletter is arriving in inboxes this afternoon. This month, we’re honored to speak with Rep. John Lewis, co-author Andrew Aydin, and illustrator Nate Powell about the conclusion to their searing graphic novel memoir trilogy March. In this issue you’ll also find: • more YA nonfiction about historical crossroads • […]

From the Editor – August 2016

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I invite you to join The Horn Book and Simmons College for the seventh annual Horn Book at Simmons Colloquium, to be held at Simmons College in Boston on October 1st. Our theme this year is “Out of the Box,” as we join with the recipients of the 2016 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards to look […]

July’s Notes is on the way!

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July’s Notes from the Horn Book newsletter will hit your inbox any minute. This month, we chat with Lauren Wolk about her new historical novel Wolf Hollow. You’ll also find more new historical novels about kids living through difficult times picture books about preschool milestones nonfiction apps to help primary/intermediate students beat the summer learning […]

Books mentioned in the July 2016 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Lauren Wolk Wolf Hollow by Lauren Wolk, Dutton, 10–13 years. The past made personal Brave like My Brother by Marc Tyler Nobleman, Scholastic, 7–10 years. Makoons [Birchbark House] by Louise Erdrich, HarperCollins/Harper, 8–11 years. Turtle in Paradise by Jennifer L. Holm, Random, 8–11 years. Full of Beans by Jennifer L. Holm, Random, 8–11 […]