Week in Review, March 16th-20th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the March/April 2015 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: The Writer’s Page: “Ex Libris” by Meg Wolizter Poet JonArno Lawson Talks with Roger about Sidewalk Flowers Winter 2015 Board Book Roundup Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Bird & Diz by Gary Golio; illus. by Ed Young Fiction: Listen, Slowly by Thanhhà […]

Week in Review, March 9th-13th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… We were saddened to hear of the deaths of authors Mal Peet and Sir Terry Pratchett. Tim Wynne-Jones remembers his friend Mal, a “Whimsical Alchemist.” Horn Booker Siân writes about Sir Terry’s ability to find “beauty in the absurd.”  Read Sir Terry’s 2009 Boston Globe–Horn Book Fiction Award acceptance speech (for […]

Week in Review, March 2nd-6th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the March/April 2015 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “Five Gay Picture-Book Prodigies and the Difference They’ve Made” by Barbara Bader Floyd Cooper Talks with Roger Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: BirdCatDog by Lee Nordling; illus. by Meritxell Bosch Fiction: The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma Nonfiction: Won […]

Week in Review, February 23rd-27th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… March/April 2015 Horn Book Magazine preview March/April 2015 editorial: “The Difference That Made Them” From the March/April issue: Vaunda Micheaux Nelson’s HBAS 2014 keynote speech “Mind the Gaps: Books for All Young Readers” Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Smick! by Doreen Cronin; illus. by Juana Medina Fiction: Tales of Bunjitsu Bunny by […]

Week in Review, February 16th-20th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… “Five Questions for Newbery Medalist Kwame Alexander” “In Defense of Gentle Men“: Megan Dowd Lambert on Frazee’s farmer, the Steads’ Amos, and more gentle men in children’s books Patrick Jennings Talks with Roger Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Finding Spring by Carin Berger Fiction: Paper Things by Jennifer Richard Jacobson Nonfiction: Tomboy: […]

Week in Review, February 9th-13th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Starred reviews, March/April 2015 Horn Book Magazine February Notes from the Horn Book: 5Q for Lucy Cousins, outside-the-box concept books, PB bios about African American music icons, intermediate historical fiction, YA about sleazy corporations Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Count with Maisy, Cheep, Cheep, Cheep! by Lucy Cousins Fiction: I Was Here […]

Week in Review, February 2nd-6th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… ALA coverage roundup ALA Awards 2015: Horn Book reviews of the winners From the January/February 2015 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “What Makes a Good Acceptance Speech?” Calling Caldecott: “Live from Chicago! It’s Robin” “Caldecott Award live” “Live from Chicago, cont.” “Caldy swag” “Beekle wins 2015 Caldecott Medal” “Wednesday Morning […]

Week in Review, January 26th-30th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… 2015 Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction winner and honor books Calling Caldecott’s mock Caldecott vote winner and honor books From the January/February Horn Book Magazine:  “What Makes a Good Math Storybook?” by Audrey Quinlan “From The Guide: Math Picture Books“ January’s issue of Nonfiction Notes: Black History Month, presidents and […]

Week in Review, January 19th-23rd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: The Bear Ate Your Sandwich by Julia Sarcone-Roach Fiction: Stella by Starlight by Sharon M. Draper — plus a Q&A for the author Nonfiction: Draw What You See: The Life and Art of Benny Andrews by Kathleen Benson; illus. with paintings by Benny Andrews App: Geography […]

Week in Review, January 12th-15th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… January’s Notes from the Horn Book newsletter: 5Q for A. S. King, fierce females, snowy days, series for the elementary set, and graphic-novel memoirs Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Once Upon an Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers Fiction: Glory O’Brien’s History of the Future by A. S. King Nonfiction: Turning 15 on the Road […]