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Five questions for Talia Dutton

M Is for Monster (Surely/Abrams ComicArts, 14 years and up) by Talia Dutton is a comic-format, gothic, sci-fi, horror story about family and identity that takes for granted that people should identify their pronouns, and is published by a new queer graphic-novel imprint (curated by Mariko Tamaki). Happy Pride! 1....

Books mentioned in the June 2022 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five questions for Talia Dutton M Is for Monster by Talia Dutton; Surely/Abrams ComicArts. YA PRIDE Only on the Weekends by Dean Atta; Balzer + Bray/HarperCollins. Before We Disappear by Shaun David Hutchinson; HarperTeen. Ophelia After All by Racquel Marie; Feiwel. The Chandler Legacies by Abdi Nazemian; Balzer + Bray/HarperCollins....

From the Editor - June 2022

Please join us next Wednesday, June 22, at noon EDT for the announcement of the 2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award winners. This year marks our fifty-fifth anniversary — it’s not the Newbery centennial, but certainly a point of pride. And speaking of Pride — we’re continuing to celebrate LGBTQIA+ voices...

Picture books for National Caribbean American Heritage Month 2022

National Caribbean American Heritage Month is celebrated in June, a time to recognize “the significance of Caribbean people and their descendants in the history and culture of the United States.” The following seven picture books, a mix of fiction and nonfiction, star Caribbean people or those of Caribbean descent and...

In the good old summertime

If you’ve already blazed through our Summer Reading: Intermediate and Middle School lists, here are six additional summer-set titles to bring sunshine to your day. See also our Guide/Reviews Database chapter books, middle-grade, and YA summer camp booklists and Guide/Reviews Database subject Seasons: Summer. Fibbed by Elizabeth Agyemang; illus. by...

YA Pride

June is Pride Month, and these six YA titles — a contemporary novel in verse; a fantasy; historical fiction tinged with magic; horror; and two works of realistic fiction — showcase the diversity of choice for readers seeking LGBTQIA+ characters. See also Pauli Murray: The Life of a Pioneering Feminist...

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