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Women's History Month 2021, Week 5

March is Women's History Month. To celebrate the accomplishments of women and female-identifying people, we will be highlighting recent recommended nonfiction titles "devoted to the achievements of a diverse ­gallery of women, heroes every one." Look for the social media tag #HBWomensHistoryMonth on Facebook.com/TheHornBook and @HornBook as we share posts...
      

Women's History Month 2021, Week 4

March is Women's History Month. To celebrate the accomplishments of women and female-identifying people, we will be highlighting recent recommended nonfiction titles "devoted to the achievements of a diverse ­gallery of women, heroes every one." Look for the social media tag #HBWomensHistoryMonth on Facebook.com/TheHornBook and @HornBook as we share posts...
      

Women's History Month 2021, Week 3

March is Women's History Month. To celebrate the accomplishments of women and female-identifying people, we will be highlighting recent recommended nonfiction titles "devoted to the achievements of a diverse ­gallery of women, heroes every one." Look for the social media tag #HBWomensHistoryMonth on Facebook.com/TheHornBook and @HornBook as we share posts...
      

Women's History Month 2021, Week 2

March is Women's History Month. To celebrate the accomplishments of women and female-identifying people, we will be highlighting recent recommended nonfiction titles "devoted to the achievements of a diverse ­gallery of women, heroes every one." Look for the social media tag #HBWomensHistoryMonth on Facebook.com/TheHornBook and @HornBook as we share posts...
      

Pi Day 2021

Pi Day (3.14) is this Sunday. Last year we recommended Remy Lai's Pie in the Sky (Holt) (and before that Pie Is for Sharing and Pies from Nowhere) and this year we've got another recent book about pie that we bet Jingwen would enjoy: Matt James's Nice Try, Charlie! (Groundwood). Or you can...
      

A Note from Me (Mar 12, 2021)

Dear friends: Cindy urges us all to keep an eye out for virtual bookstore events happening in our neighborhoods, which, given the nature of virtual events, is EVERYWHERE. How to choose? I see that Cindy’s neighborhood bookstore, Jeff Kinney’s An Unlikely Story, just had an event with adult historical fiction...
      

From the Editor - March 2021

Welcome to Women’s History Month, which we are celebrating at the Horn Book through March. Really, given the influence Bertha Mahony Miller and her Horn Book sistren still hold upon this company, it’s always Women’s History Month for us, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. I may joke...
      

Resilient girls

The young female protagonists of the following six historical fiction novels demonstrate strength and resilience when faced with family challenges, societal limitations, and dramatic world events. March is Women’s History Month. For more, click the tag Women’s History Month and follow #HBWomensHistoryMonth on Twitter and Facebook. Letters from Cuba by...
      

Persistent women

For young readers not quite ready for illustrated chapter-book biographies such as Claudette Colvin and Harriet Tubman, which are discussed in our Five Questions interview with authors Lesa Cline-Ransome and Andrea Davis Pinkney, here are picture-book biographies about seven tenacious, inspiring, and diverse women. March is Women’s History Month. For...
      

Five questions for Lesa Cline-Ransome and Andrea Davis Pinkney

The new chapter book series She Persisted (Philomel, 6-9 years) is spun off from the picture books of the same name written by Chelsea Clinton and illustrated by Alexandra Boiger. Each entry explores the life of a strong and courageous woman who has helped change the world, with the first...

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