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Week in Review, March 20th-24th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Board Book Roundup: Going-to-bed books March’s Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book: Women in STEAM, spring into poetry, environmental activism, kids and computing, collective biographies Women’s History Month, Week 4 Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Short Stories for Little Monsters by Marie-Louise Gay Fiction: Bull by David Elliott  Nonfiction: Undefeated: Jim Thorpe and […]

Week in Review, March 13th-17th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Benjamin Alire Sáenz Talks with Roger From the January/February 2017 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “A Second Look: The Egypt Game” plus follow-up thoughts at Out of the Box by Katie Bircher Women’s History Month, Week 3 Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: When We Were Alone by David Alexander Robertson; […]

Week in Review, March 6th-10th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the March/April 2017 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “Reading Without Walls: A Conversation with Gene Luen Yang” by Roger Sutton “When Google Translate Gives You Arroz con Mango: Erroneous Español and the Need for #ownvoices” by Celia C. Pérez Women’s History Month, Week 2 March’s Notes from the Horn […]

Week in Review, February 27th – March 3rd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… March/April 2017 Horn Book Magazine Table of Contents and Editorial: “Tear Down That Wall” Women’s History Month 2017 Black History Month, Week 5 / Women’s History Month, Week 1 March Boston-area events over at Publisher’s Weekly: a recap of the CBB “Midwinter Night’s Fantasy Panel” (here’s Shoshana’s recap) Reviews of the […]

Week in Review, February 20th – 24th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Black History Month, Week 4 The Horn Book celebrates BGHB @ 50, beginning with Gregory Maguire’s look at Unleaving by Jill Paton Walsh (from the March/April 2017 Horn Book Magazine) Tom Angleberger Talks with Roger Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: A Perfect Day by Lane Smith Fiction: History Is All You […]

Week in Review, February 13th – 17th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Black History Month, Week 3 Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: North, South, East, West by Margaret Wise Brown; illus. by Greg Pizzoli Fiction: Well, That Was Awkward by Rachel Vail Nonfiction: Let’s Clap, Jump, Sing & Shout; Dance, Spin & Turn It Out!: Games, Songs & Stories from an African American Childhood by […]

Week in Review, February 6th – 10th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… March/April Horn Book Magazine starred reviews February’s Notes from the Horn Book newsletter: 5Q for 2017 Wilder Award winner Nikki Grimes, middle-school books on the U.S.’s history of institutionalized racism, preschool apps featuring animal friends, picture books about children’s experiences as refugees, YA protagonists taking action against authoritarian societies Black History […]

Week in Review, January 30th – February 3rd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Preview the March/April 2017 Horn Book Magazine January 2017 Horn Book Herald: ALA Youth Media Awards edition Refugees welcome here: resources and booklist and four recommended new picture books about children’s experiences as refugees Frederick Douglass booklist Black History Month 2017 Making a Difference, Week 5 / Black History Month Week […]

Week in Review, January 23rd – 27th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… The ALA Youth Media Award winners were announced Monday morning at the ALA Midwinter Meeting in Atlanta! All of our coverage — including you-are-there reports — is available at the tag ALA Midwinter 2017; read our reviews of the winners here: Newbery Medal, Caldecott Medal, Belpré Award (Author and Illustrator), Coretta […]

Week in Review, January 16th – 20th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… The 2017 Calling Caldecott winners are here! Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017 Making a Difference, Week 3 Letter to the Editor from Tracy Aitken, January/February 2017, and Response from Roger Sutton Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: The Storm Whale in Winter by Benji Davies Fiction: Almost Autumn by Marianne Kaurin; trans. […]