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Review of Boy21

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Boy21by Matthew QuickHigh School    Little, Brown    252 pp.3/12    978-0-316-12797-4    $17.99When Russ moves to decrepit, race-torn, Irish-mob-ruled Bellmont after his parents’ brutal murder, the school’s basketball coach (a family friend) turns to team leader Finley to help him acclimate, but also to convince former-phenom Russ to play ball again; since the...
      

Susan Katz on The President's Stuck in the Bathtub

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In the May/June 2012 issue of The Horn Book Magazine, Jennifer Brabander asks The President's Stuck in the Bathtub author Susan Katz about writing presidential poetry. Read the full review of The President's Stuck in the Bathtub here.Jennifer Brabander: Which president was the hardest to write a poem about?Susan Katz:...
      

Review of The President's Stuck in the Bathtub: Poems about the Presidents

The President’s Stuck in the Bathtub: Poems about the Presidentsby Susan Katz; illus. by Robert NeubeckerPrimary, Intermediate     Clarion     64 pp.2/12     978-0-547-18221-6     $17.99In forty-three poems, Katz gives each of our U.S. presidents their due. She concentrates on little-known facts (William McKinley taught his parrot “Yankee Doodle”) but often slips...
      

Bob Graham on A Bus Called Heaven

From the May/June 2012 issue of The Horn Book Magazine:Cynthia Ritter asks A Bus Called Heaven author/illustrator Bob Graham about the idea behind his new picture book. Read the full review of A Bus Called Heaven here.Cynthia Ritter: Was your inspiration for the book a real bus?Bob Graham: I did...
      

Review of A Bus Called Heaven

A Bus Called Heavenby Bob Graham; illus. by the authorPreschool, Primary    Candlewick    40 pp.3/12    978-0-7636-5893-9    $16.99“The bus brought change to Stella’s street…Stella changed, too.” It’s quiet, pale Stella who takes her thumb out of her mouth and steps onto the bus that has been abandoned outside her house, claiming it...
      

Review of Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seas

Ocean Sunlight: How Tiny Plants Feed the Seasby Molly Bang and Penny Chisholm; illus. by Molly BangPrimary    Blue Sky/Scholastic    48 pp.5/12    978-0-545-27322-0    $18.99    gAlthough it stands alone well, this book is a companion to Bang’s My Light (rev. 5/04) and Bang and Chisholm’s Living Sunlight (rev. 5/09). The authors bring...
      

Review of Show Me a Story: Why Picture Books Matter

Show Me a Story!: Why Picture Books Matter:
Conversations with 21 of the World’s Most Celebrated Illustratorscompiled and edited 
by Leonard S. MarcusMiddle School, High School, Of Interest to Adults    Candlewick    310 pp.4/12    978-0-7636-3506-0    $22.99“For a story’s text to work, it needs to be incomprehensible. Otherwise you wouldn’t need the pictures,”...
      

If Babies Ran The Horn Book, Part 4 of 4

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Review of A Confusion of Princes

A Confusion of Princesby Garth NixMiddle School, High School    Harper/HarperCollins    337 pp.5/12    978-0-06-009694-6    $17.99Library ed.  978-0-06-009695-3    $18.89    gNix’s gaming-inspired, sci-fi fantasy is a pleasing mix of high-adventure space drama, total bunkum (e.g., “it’s functioning on the tertiary backup level, without a holo…”), and wry, boyish charm. Khemri’s coming-of-age story begins...
      

If Babies Ran The Horn Book, Part 3 of 4

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