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Books for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Perhaps now more than ever, Martin Luther King Jr. Day provides an opportunity to reflect not only on the life of the great civil rights leader, but also on how far we've come — and how very far we still have to go. Read this Boston Globe Magazine article by...
      

The 2020 Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction

from O'Dell Award Committee Chair Deborah Stevenson: Champaign, IL (January 15, 2020)—The 2020 Scott O’Dell Award for Historical Fiction goes to Butterfly Yellow, by Thanhhà Lại, published by HarperCollins. It’s 1981, and eighteen-year-old Hằng has arrived in Texas determined to find her younger brother, who’d been babylifted out of Vietnam...
      

2019 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards Acceptance Speeches Roundup

The 2019 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners, judges, and presenters. L-R: Brian Norman, Jason Chin, Miranda Paul, Cynthia K. Ritter, Kekla Magoon, Kim Parker, Roger Sutton, Adib Khorram, Yuyi Morales, Debbie Levy, Jo Ann Allen Boyce, Gina Krosoczka, Zoe Krosoczka, Karen Boss, and Meredith Goldstein. Photo: Aram Boghosian for the...
      

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...
      

What We Wish We Had Time For

The ALA Youth Media Awards are nigh, but we here at Calling Caldecott still have some book coverage planned for this week and next. We have a few more guest posters to come who will share their thoughts on eligible 2019 titles. Even so, we know that we won’t have...
      

Table of Contents: January/February 2020 Horn Book Magazine

Cover © 2020 by Van Thanh Rudd.   Features Horn Book Fanfare by Horn Book Editors Our choices for the best books of 2019. Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards BGHB Awards Gallery 2019 Celebrating the year’s winners and honorees.  Picture Book Fiction and Poetry Nonfiction MAGICIAN by Henry Lyman A poem...
      

This Promise of Change: Jo Ann Allen Boyce and Debbie Levy's 2019 BGHB Nonfiction Award Speech

Co-authors Jo Ann Allen Boyce and Debbie Levy delivered their acceptance remarks as a conversation.    JO ANN ALLEN BOYCE: Thank you. I speak for both Debbie and myself in expressing our gratitude to The Boston Globe, The Horn Book, and the awards committee. (We’re sending our healing wishes to the chair of...
      

The Season of Styx Malone: Kekla Magoon's 2019 BGHB Fiction and Poetry Award Speech

A few years back, a friend and I went into a frozen yogurt shop — you know, one of those places where they give you a big bowl and you fill it with whatever flavors and toppings you want, and then they weigh the monstrosity you’ve created and charge you fifteen...
      

On the Come Up: Angie Thomas's 2019 BGHB Fiction and Poetry Honor Speech

Friends, homies, and everything in between,  I am so sorry that I cannot be there with you tonight. When I got the news that On the Come Up was a Boston Globe–Horn Book honoree, I was stunned. Yes, even after everything I’ve experienced, I still get stunned. The last time I saw...
      

Darius the Great Is Not Okay: Adib Khorram's 2019 BGHB Fiction and Poetry Honor Speech

It’s a little surreal to be up here. If you had told me a year ago that a book about a nerdy, depressed, tea-loving, Star Trek–obsessed teenager would win this honor, I would have asked for a glass of whatever you were drinking. As I think of the young readers who...

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