2019 in review

Happy New Year! We hope your year is full of great reads and good friends. As we kick off 2020, it's also a good time to take a stroll down memory lane at 2019. We had a very busy year, including our two newly revamped websites hbook.com and hornbookguide.com -- have a browse! We sadly said goodbye to three of our beloved longtime coworkers, Lolly Robinson, Katrina Hedeen, and Katie Bircher, and welcomed former School Library Journal and Library Journal editorial director Rebecca Miller as new Group Publisher for The Horn Book, SLJ, and LJ. Here's to a great future. Don't miss out -- subscribe to The Horn Book today.

2019 ALA Awards coverage

May/June 2019 Horn Book Magazine Special Issue: Coretta Scott King Book Awards at 50

2019 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards coverage

Summer Reading

Fanfare

 

2019 Horn Book Magazine article highlights

 

Happy Anniversary

 

Interviews

Talks with Roger

Publishers' Previews

January/February: Middle-Grade Novels

Dan Gemeinhart | Yoon Ha Lee | Erin Bow

March/April: Spring Preview

Jasmine Warga | Eloise Greenfield | Remy Lai | Vaunda Micheaux Nelson

May/June: Diverse Voices: Redux

April Harrison | Kelly Starling Lyons | Tiffany D. Jackson | Cynthia Kadohata | Sarah & Ian Hoffmann | Jerry Pinkney | Aminah Mae Safi

July/August: Debut Authors

Kevin Noble Maillard | Christine Day | Kimberly Jones & Gilly Segal | Kathryn Gonzales | Nicole Valentine | Dan Haring & MarcyKate Connolly | Rory Power | Gillian McDunn

September/October: Fall Preview

Paul Fleischman | Julie Dillemuth | Morgan Parker | Jen Wang | Sofiya Pasternack

November/December: Picture Books

Angela Joy | Minh Le | Gwendolyn Hooks & Simone Agoussoye | Evan Turk

 

In memoriam

 

Blogs

Calling Caldecott | Family Reading |Out of the Box |Read Roger

 

Miscellaneous

Booklists and resources

Book Reviews of the Week

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