The latest edition of Notes from The Horn Book is on its way! This month we’ve got an interview with Vaunda Micheaux Nelson about her new documentary novel No Crystal Stair, plus – YA about book lovers – preschool books you’ve been waiting for – kooky chapter books – baseball picture books Read it online, […]
The July issue of Notes from the Horn Book is out, featuring “Five Questions for . . .” Sophie Blackall, a recent BGHB Honor honoree who seems to be everywhere these days and doing some great work. Also: new picture-book bios (talk about something that’s everywhere), middle-grade fiction, and a roundup of the kind of […]
Wherein I interview Patrick McDonnell (Me . . . Jane), and we review more nature books for young children, three new chapter books, audiobooks for middle-schoolers and some new YA novels.
The February issue of Notes from the Horn Book is out, headlined by Martha Parravano’s Five Questions for Wilder Award winner Tomie dePaola. Otherwise, we give you a handy annotated list of the Newbery, Caldecott, Printz, Sibert, King, and Belpre-winning books.
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!
>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 […]
>The latest issue of Notes is out, with five questions for Rosemary Wells about Max and Ruby (they should do a live-action remake with Bobby and Sally Draper, no?) and reviews of new picture books, nonfiction, chapter books and YA fantasy. Damn, what isn’t published in a series these days? Off to New York to […]