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Editorial: What She Said (November/December 2022)

“History is freaking cool, you guys.” Lizzo being invited to the Library of ­Congress and playing President James Madison’s crystal flute and the original piccolo from John Philip Sousa’s patriotic march — now that’s cool. The Library of Congress, under the baton of Dr. Carla Hayden, proved yet again it’s...
      

Table of Contents: November/December 2022 Horn Book Magazine

Cover from Snow Horses. Illustration © 2022 by Micha Archer.   Features Ashley Bryan and Jerry Pinkney by Violet J. Harris Unfettered artists sharing their talents, visions, and joys.   Columns Editorial What She Said by Elissa Gershowitz Getting up close and personal with history. The Writer’s Page A Chorus...
      

Preview November/December 2022 Horn Book Magazine

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Cover art by Micha Archer from Snow Horses: A First Night Story, written by Patricia MacLachlan. Violet J. Harris on Ashley Bryan and Jerry Pinkney, two unfettered artists sharing their talents, visions, and joys. “A Chorus of Storytellers”: George O’Connor on mythology and comics. A roundup of 2022 board books...
      

Editorial: Selfless Acts (September/October 2022)

Back in the fall of 2016 many of us were together, in person, at the Linda K. Paresky Conference Center of Simmons University, celebrating the winners of the Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards. Yuyi Morales, previously an honoree for ­Georgia in Hawaii (and subsequently for Dreamers), received a Picture Book Honor...
      

Table of Contents: September/October 2022 Horn Book Magazine

Cover from A Spoonful of Frogs. Illustration © 2022 by Vera Brosgol.   Features A Journey of Transformation by Yuyi Morales The 2022 Zena Sutherland Lecture. The Art of Visual Storytelling in Long-Form Nonfiction by Tanya Lee Stone Authors of nonfiction who participate in their books’ design.   Columns Editorial...
      

Preview September/October 2022 Horn Book Magazine

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Cover art by Vera Brosgol from A Spoonful of Frogs, written by Casey Lyall. The Zena Sutherland Lecture: Yuyi Morales on her journey of transformation. Tanya Lee Stone on authors of nonfiction who participate in their books’ design. Field Notes: Adrienne L. Pettinelli recounts what happened when “the book banners...
      

Editorial: Mixed Emotions (July/August 2022)

When Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson won a Newbery Honor in 2016, it was notable for several reasons: as only the second graphic novel to receive such recognition (after Cece Bell’s El Deafo the previous year); as the first to focus on roller derby (though second to be about roller...
      

Table of Contents: July/August 2022 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: ALA Awards

Cover (c) 2022 by Jason Chin.   Features The Year in Words and Pictures—and Stories by Horn Book editors Children’s Literature Legacy Award Acceptance by Grace Lin A profile of Grace Lin by Alvina Ling Newbery Medal Acceptance by Donna Barba Higuera A profile of Donna Barba Higuera by Martha...
      

Sick-day reading, Newbery Special Issue-style

A sick-day photo, only slightly staged. Kid was already reading Newbery honoree Where the Mountain Meets the Moon, and I couldn't resist dropping in the May/June 2022 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: The Newbery Centennial, with cover art by WTMMTM author/illustrator Grace Lin.   Single copies of this special issue are available for...
      

Preview July/August 2022 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: ALA Awards

Special Issue: ALA Awards. Original cover art by 2022 Caldecott Medal winner Jason Chin. “The Year in Words and Pictures—and Stories.” The Horn Book editors discuss the children’s book landscape in another groundbreaking year. Grace Lin’s Children's Literature Legacy Award acceptance speech. A profile of Grace Lin by editor Alvina...
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