Books mentioned in the March 2015 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Neal Shusterman
Challenger Deep by Neal Shusterman, illus. by Brendan Shusterman, HarperTeen, 14 years and up.

Truth, lies, and secrets
Things I’ll Never Say: Stories of Our Secret Selves, ed. by Ann Angel, Candlewick, 12–16 years.
There Will Be Lies by Nick Lake, Bloomsbury, 14 years and up.
The Truth Commission by Susan Juby, Viking, 14 years and up.
The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma, Algonquin, 14 years and up.

Sibling rivalry
Gemma and Gus by Olivier Dunrea, Houghton, 2–5 years.
Wolfie the Bunny by Ame Dyckman, illus. by Zachariah OHora, Little, Brown, 2–5 years.
The New Small Person by Lauren Child, Candlewick, 3–6 years.
Rodeo Red by Maripat Perkins, illus. by Molly Idle, 3–6 years.

Women's History Month 2015
Queen of the Diamond: The Lizzie Murphy Story by Emily Arnold McCully, Farrar, 5–8 years.
One Plastic Bag: Isatou Ceesay and the Recycling Women of the Gambia by Miranda Paul, illus. by Elizabeth Zunon, Millbrook, 5–8 years.
In Mary’s Garden by Tina Kügler and Carson Kügler, Houghton, 5–8 years.
Malala, a Brave Girl from Pakistan / Iqbal, a Brave Boy from Pakistan by Jeanette Winter, Simon/Beach Lane, 5–8 years.

Have you heard?
The Crossover by Kwame Alexander, read by Corey Allen, Recorded Books, 10–14 years.
Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson, read by the author, Listening Library, 10–14 years.
The Misadventures of the Family Fletcher by Dana Alison Levy, read by Dan Woren, Listening Library, 10–14 years.
Revolution by Deborah Wiles, read by Stacey Aswad and Francois Battiste with J.D. Jackson and Robin Miles, Listening Library, 10–14 years.

These titles were featured in the March 2015 issue of Notes from the Horn Book.
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