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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, October 10th-14th

This week on hbook.com…We'll be at Boston Book Festival tomorrow! Stop by booth #61 and say hi — and pick up Horn Book swag! Mag editor Elissa Gershowitz will also be hosting Jon Klassen's children's lit keynote at 10:30 am.In honor of the 100th anniversary of the opening of Bertha...
      

From the Editor - October 2016

I hope you can join The Horn Book this Saturday at the Boston Book Festival in Copley Square and its environs. Courtesy of our friends at The Boston Globe, we have a booth (#61, prime placement right outside the Boston Public Library), so come say hello and pick up some...
      

October's Notes from the Horn BooOOooK

October’s Halloweenish Notes from the Horn Book is bat-winging its way to inboxes right now! We start things off on a serious note with 5Q for Skila Brown on her starred verse novel To Stay Alive: Mary Ann Graves and the Tragic Journey of the Donner Party, plus a selection...
      

Books mentioned in the October 2016 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Skila BrownTo Stay Alive: Mary Ann Graves and the Tragic Journey of the Donner Party by Skila Brown, Candlewick, 14 years and up.Caminar by Skila Brown, Candlewick, 11–14 years.Slickety Quick: Poems About Sharks by Skila Brown, illus. by Bob Kolar, Candlewick, 5–8 years.Historical horror storiesThe Passion of...
      

Ghosts and witches and wizards, oh my!

What better time of year to curl up with a creepy book and a cup of cocoa to ward off the supernatural shivers? These middle-school novels provide just the right balance of adventure and eeriness — along with a few magical villains (or are they?) — for deliciously spooky fall...
      

Fantastical folklore

The following works of folklore — a new Grimm like you've never seen, a Norwegian folk story in silly/creepy graphic novel form, a pourquoi tale done in Duncan Tonatiuh's unmistakable visual style, and two classic reissues — feature fabulous and fantastical folk.In the hands of creative teachers, librarians, and parents,...
      

Historical horror stories

History buffs and horror fans alike will appreciate these YA books about characters facing their own demons — of the metaphysical, metaphorical, or, most disturbingly, human varieties.In The Passion of Dolssa, author Julie Berry tells the story of (fictional) Catholic mystic Dolssa de Stigata after she escapes being burned as...
      

Monster mash

What goes bump in the night? Maybe it's a monster, but maybe it's a new friend — or maybe it's both! These monstrously silly picture books are perfect treats for a Halloween story time.In Monica Brown's Marisol McDonald and the Monster / Marisol McDonald y el monstruo, the little-girl protagonist...
      

Five questions for Skila Brown

Skila Brown's verse novel To Stay Alive: Mary Ann Graves and the Tragic Journey of the Donner Party (Candlewick, 14 years and up) tells the gripping story of the Donner Party's doomed 1846 expedition west to California. Brown's narrator is based on an actual member of the group: nineteen-year-old Mary...

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