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Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, "a celebration of Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States." Here are some links, resources, and articles by and about Asian Americans and Pacific Islander Americans to help acknowledge, celebrate, and amplify the voices of children's book creators of Asian and Pacific...
      

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[See also our Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book archives]   2020 January 2020 Five questions for Kacen Callender Sense of place Intergenerational warmth and wisdom Fascinating figures from twentieth-century history From the Editor February 2020 Five questions for A.S. King about Dig. ALA Awards 2020: Horn Book reviews of...
      

Week in Review, June 3rd - 7th

This week on hbook.com...Preview July/August 2019 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: ALA Awards featuring original cover art by Sophie BlackallICYMI: Presenting the 2019 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners! Click to read the press release, watch the announcement video, and read reviews of the winning titles.From the May/June 2019 Horn Book...
      

But what IS reality, really?

View from the TopPlease join Children's Books Boston for "Fact and Fiction: How and Why Authors Draw Upon Reality to Build Fiction," a panel discussion at Simmons University on Tuesday, March 12, 2019. The panelists include novelists Liza Ketchum, Malinda Lo, and Tara Sullivan; the moderator is our own Elissa Gershowitz....
      

ALA 2018: So many choices, so little time, wear comfy shoes

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ALA is like a Choose Your Own Adventure, with myriad paths to follow. I missed out on a lot (Michelle Obama and Carla Hayden, Trombone Shorty, the sold-out CSK Breakfast — see Martha's post), but everything I did see left me invigorated and in awe. Alia Jones, Cynthia Leitich Smith,...
      

Local Women Authors in Conversation at the Cambridge Public Library

Last week the Cambridge (MA) Public Library hosted a panel of Local Women Authors in Conversation. Moderated by Professor Susan Tomlinson of the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and editor of the scholarly journal Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, the panelists were middle-grade writer Susan Tan (author of the Cilla...
      

Week in Review, November 6th-10th

This week on hbook.com…From the November/December 2017 issue of The Horn Book Magazine: "The Writer’s Page: Fighting the Lost Cause" by Ann Bausum "Foreign Correspondence: Beyond the 'Four Fs': Caribbean Own Voices" by Summer Edward2-fer Talks with Roger interviews: Kathryn Erskine and Tracey BaptisteNovember's Notes from the Horn Book newsletter:...
      

November Notes out now!

In this month's issue of Notes from the Horn Book, we chat with author Malinda Lo about her chilling new mystery novel A Line in the Dark. You'll also find more YA psychological thrillers autumnal picture books to celebrate the season picture-book biographies to encourage budding architects and designers graphic...
      

With friends like these…

Like Malinda Lo's A Line in the Dark, each of these YA mysteries masterfully employs structure to keep readers guessing as to characters' true natures — and on the edges of their seats — until the shocking final reveal.Eighteen-year-old Jule, protagonist of E. Lockhart's intoxicating psychological thriller Genuine Fraud, is...
      

Five questions for Malinda Lo

Photo: Patty Nason.In Malinda Lo's new YA thriller A Line in the Dark (Dutton, 14 years and up), four teenage girls — narrator Jess, her best friend and longtime secret crush Angie, Angie's brand-new girlfriend Margot, and Margot's bestie Ryan — must carefully navigate volatile dynamics of friendship and romance....

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