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>November stars

>And lo, behold the glittering firmament of books that will be starred in the next issue of the Horn Book:

Merry Un-Christmas
(HarperCollins)
written by Mike Reiss, illustrated by David Catrow

The Last Dragon
(Miramax/Hyperion)
written by Silvana de Mari, translated from the Italian by Shaun Whiteside

The Green Glass Sea
(Viking)
written by Ellen Klages

Street Love
(Amistad/HarperCollins)
written by Walter Dean Myers

Larklight
(Bloomsbury)
written by Philip Reeve, illustrated by David Wyatt

A Drowned Maiden’s Hair: A Melodrama
(Candlewick)
written by Laura Amy Schlitz

Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led Her People to Freedom
(Hyperion)
written by Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Kadir Nelson

Roger Sutton About Roger Sutton

Roger Sutton has been the editor in chief of The Horn Book, Inc, since 1996. He was previously editor of The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books and a children's and young adult librarian. He received his M.A. in library science from the University of Chicago in 1982 and a B.A. from Pitzer College in 1978. Follow him on Twitter: @RogerReads.

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  1. >As always, thanks for the quick peek at the stars for next month. I’m particularly interested in the David Catrow title, luv his illustrations. He’s my current favorite; yes I am often fickle regarding my current favorites. In fact this morning I was perusing two newly purchased titles of his: Are You Quite Polite? and an oldie The Boy Who Looked Like Lincoln.

    I must admit, as I was reading, actually LOL (singing to myself), through Polite, I could not help but think of the previous Teddy Bear Post and wondering what folks would think the irreverent humor displayed by Catrow and author Alan Katz.

  2. rindambyers says:

    >Thanks very much for the info…and am so GLAD the stars glitter now, too! The atmosphere must be adjusting….I do so LOVE stars! Especially starry good books for me, me, me to read…

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