Week in Review, June 9th-13th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… The Fault in Our Stars movie review Remembering publisher Frances Foster “Changing Times“: Russell Freedman’s Kerlan Award acceptance speech June Notes from the Horn Book: five questions for Don Mitchell, Freedom Summer and Black History, bedtime books, wacky intermediate sci-fi, and middle-school graphic novels 2014 Summer Reading Reviews of the Week: […]

Week in Review, June 2nd-6th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… On Saturday, May 31st, at BookExpo America, Horn Book Editor in Chief Roger Sutton announced the 2014 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners and honors! Preview the July/August 2014 Horn Book Magazine Special Issue: Awards, with gorgeous ALA-centric cover art by Caldecott Medalist Brian Floca (can you spot all of the references?) […]

Week in Review, May 26th-30th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Don’t miss tomorrow’s announcement of the 2014 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners and honorees, live at BEA at 1 pm (Librarians Lounge, Javits Center), at hbook.com/boston-globe-horn-book-awards, and @HornBook! 2014 Summer Reading May 2014 Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book: Recommended nonfiction about folklore, insects and arachnids, oceanography, gardening and outdoor discovery, […]

Week in Review, May 19th-May 23rd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… 2014 Summer Reading Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: The Little Bear Book by Anthony Browne; illus. by the author Fiction: The Boundless by Kenneth Oppel Nonfiction: Treasury of Egyptian 
Mythology: Classic Stories of Gods, 
Goddesses, Monsters & Mortals by Donna Jo Napoli; 
illus. by Christina Balit App: Kids Discover: Ancient Egypt […]

Week in Review, May 12th-May 16th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… 2014 Summer Reading “I see you’re still reading“: Roger on NPR! From the May/June 2014 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “From The Guide: Spy Novels“ “An Interview with Elizabeth Wein” by Deirdre Baker May’s Notes from the Horn Book: Five questions for Sophie Blackall, siblings in picture books, chapter-book humor, […]

Week in Review, May 5th–9th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… Roger Sutton’s NYT article “Slumber Party: Margaret Wise Brown’s Goodnight Songs and More” From the May/June 2014 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “Words for Flora’s Mother (and Other Imperfect Parents)” by Megan Dowd Lambert Recommended reading for Cinco de Mayo Last call for BGHB Award submissions Reviews of the Week: […]

Week in Review, April 28th-May 2nd

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the May/June 2014 Harriet at 50 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: Table of contents Editorial: “The Man with the Purple Socks“ “There’s Something About Islands” by Printz Medalist Marcus Sedgwick Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Tap Tap Boom Boom by Elizabeth Bluemle; illus. by G. Brian Karas Fiction: […]

Week in Review, April 21st-25th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the May/June 2014 Harriet at 50 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: “I Spy: Harriet and I” by Newbery medalist Jack Gantos “Writer, Wrestler, Stutterer, Spy” by author/illustrator Megan McDonald “Becoming a Book Detective” by Simmons Center for the Study of Children’s Literature director Cathie Mercier “Fifty Years of Novel Exploits” […]

Week in Review, April 14th-18th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… April’s Notes from the Horn Book: Five questions for Cynthia Leitich Smith, YA fantasy sequels, picture books about the big city, reading for National Poetry Month, and intermediate books about wartime Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: Here Comes the Easter Cat by Deborah Underwood; illus. by Claudia Rueda Fiction: Feral […]

Week in Review, April 7th-11th

Week in Review

This week on hbook.com… From the May/June issue of The Horn Book Magazine: Harriet the Spy at 50 May/June starred reviews “Harriet and Me” by Ginee Seo A call for Horn Book internship applicants Reviews of the Week: Picture Book: You Can’t Have 
Too Many Friends! written and illus. by Mordicai Gerstein Fiction: More of Monkey & […]