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2016 in review

Happy New Year! We hope your year is full of great reads and good friends.

Before we ring in 2017, though, let’s take a look back at 2016 — we had a very busy year!

BGHB 2016 coverage

Fanfare 2016

ALA 2016 coverage

Remembering children’s lit Great Ladies Lois Duncan, Anna Dewdney, and Natalie Babbitt; Great Guys  of performing arts Prince and Alan Rickman

May/June 2016 Horn Book Magazine Special Issue: Collaborations

Christopher Myers on “Orlando”

The redesigned Virtual History Exhibit, an online repository of the history of The Horn Book — and children’s literature at large

Introducing a new bouncing baby blog: Family Reading

Making a Difference landing page: resources on social justice and activism

Happy 100th Birthday, Beverly Cleary!

A Tribute of Ties: Happy 20th Anniversary, Roger!

2016 Horn Book Magazine article highlights

Interviews

“Making a Difference” booklist

Black History Month

Pride Month

National Hispanic Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month

Transgender Awareness Month

Summer Reading 2016

Fan Week

Blogs

Book Reviews of the Week, App Reviews of the Week, Movie reviews

Katie Bircher About Katie Bircher

Katie Bircher, associate editor at The Horn Book, Inc., is a former bookseller and holds an MA in children's literature from Simmons College. She served as chair of the 2018 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award committee. Follow Katie on Twitter @lyraelle.

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