Books mentioned in the March 2021 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Lesa Cline-Ransome and Andrea Davis Pinkney
Claudette Colvin by Lesa Cline-Ransome, illus. by Gillian Flint, and Harriet Tubman by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illus. by Gillian Flint; Philomel.

Persistent women
The Fearless Flights of Hazel Ying Lee by Julie Leung, illus. by Julie Kwon; Little, Brown.
The Water Lady: How Darlene Arviso Helps a Thirsty Navajo Nation by Alice B. McGinty, illus. by Shonto Begay; Schwartz & Wade/Random.
The Stuff Between the Stars: How Vera Rubin Discovered Most of the Universe by Sandra Nickel, illus. by Aimée Sicuro; Abrams.
Try It!: How Frieda Caplan Changed the Way We Eat by Mara Rockliff, illus. by Giselle Potter; Beach Lane/Simon.
Osnat and Her Dove: The True Story of the World’s First Female Rabbi by Sigal Samuel, illus. by Vali Mintzi; Levine Querido.
Building Zaha: The Story of Architect Zaha Hadid by Victoria Tentler-Krylov, illus. by the author; Orchard/Scholastic.
Jump at the Sun: The True Life Tale of Unstoppable Storycatcher Zora Neale Hurston by Alicia D. Williams, illus. by Jacqueline Alcántara; Dlouhy/Atheneum.

Resilient girls
Letters from Cuba by Ruth Behar; Paulsen/Penguin.
War and Millie McGonigle by Karen Cushman; Knopf.
In a Flash by Donna Jo Napoli; Lamb/Random.
Loretta Little Looks Back: Three Voices Go Tell It by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illus. by Brian Pinkney; Little, Brown.
Trowbridge Road by Marcella Pixley; Candlewick.
Three Keys: A Front Desk Novel by Kelly Yang; Scholastic.

YA mythology and folktales
The Daughters of Ys by M. T. Anderson, illus. by Jo Rioux; First Second/Roaring Brook.
The Sea-Ringed World: Sacred Stories of the Americas by María García Esperón, illus. by Amanda Mijangos, trans. from Spanish by David Bowles; Levine Querido.
The Magic Fish by Trung Le Nguyen, illus. by the author; RH Graphic/Random.
Never Look Back by Lilliam Rivera; Bloomsbury.
Amber & Clay by Laura Amy Schlitz, illus. by Julia Iredale; Candlewick.

From the March 2021 issue of Notes from the Horn Book.

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