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Making a Difference: Commentary and Resources

The week after the 2016 election, The Horn Book compiled a Making a Difference booklist to talk with children about social justice and activism and to help support one another as we go forward together, noisily. As is our way, we turn to good books — and the people who love them — for...
      

2019 Booklists and Resources Master List

Booklists and resources for holidays, special events, seasons, social justice...and Grumpy Cat? We've covered a wide range of topics for all age levels in 2019, so we've compiled them together for readers to find some great new books to enjoy and share. The reviews — and many more — are also...
      

Week in Review, November 4th-8th

  This week on hbook.com...   From the September/October 2019 Horn Book Magazine: Borderlands: Reading as Theater by Dean Schneider   Calling Caldecott: The 2019 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children's Books list by Julie Danielson The Undefeated by Monique Harris My Papi Has a Motorcycle by...
      

Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month, a celebration of the many varied Native American cultures. Check out the official website for more information and lots of resources. Here are some additional articles and links from The Horn Book's archives and beyond. Horn Book resources about Native writers and their work...
      

Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book

Nonfiction Notes from the Horn Book was a quarterly supplement to our monthly e-newsletter Notes from the Horn Book. Nonfiction Notes provided recommendations of recently published nonfiction books, by topic, across grade levels, ability levels, and all areas of interest. All reviews are from The Horn Book Guide. The Common Core State Standards Initiative...
      

2018 in review

Happy New Year! We hope your year is full of great reads and good friends. Before we ring in 2019, though, let’s take a look back at 2018 — we had a very busy year!2018 ALA Awards coverageMay/June 2018 Horn Book Magazine Special Issue: Making a Difference2018 Boston Globe–Horn Book...
      

Week in Review, November 19th - 30th

This week (and last week!) on hbook.com…Despite the Thanksgiving break (and a week without email!) we've been very busy!2018 Fanfare: our choices for the best books of the year (complete list with annotations coming in the December issue of Notes and in the January/February 2019 magazine)January/February 2019 starred reviews#25DaysofHolidayBooksReviews of...
      

Five questions for Traci Sorell and Frané Lessac

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We Are Grateful: Otsaliheliga by Traci Sorell, illustrated by Frané Lessac (Charlesbridge, 5–8 years), is a lushly illustrated, through-the-seasons look at a contemporary Cherokee community's daily life, pausing for celebrations of traditional observances (e.g., Cherokee New Year) and making special note of gratitude.1. "Cherokee people say otsaliheliga to express gratitude....
      

Remember

Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance, which honors those who have died as a result of anti-transgender violence. Katie's Out of the Box post from last week is rich with links not only to trans- and queer-related articles and reviews from the Horn Book but also to organizations and recommended...
      

Native American Heritage Month 2017 resources

November is Native American Heritage Month, a celebration of the many varied Native American cultures. Check out the official website for more information and lots of resources.Here are some additional articles and links from The Horn Book's archives and beyond.Resources on representation of Native Americans in children's books Family Reading:...

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