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The Writer's Page: A Chorus of Storytellers: Mythology and Comics

I’m fond of reminding people that Greek mythology isn’t a compendium of dead narratives about long-dead people and distant places, pulled from a dusty old book or scroll. What we now call Greek mythology is what remains of a past culture’s most sacred beliefs — a collection of living stories,...

R. Michelson Galleries 33rd Annual Children’s Illustration Celebration

On November 13, I went to the opening reception of the 33rd Annual Children’s Illustration Celebration at the R. Michelson Galleries, the first in-person reception since pre-COVID. Located in Northampton, Massachusetts, the gallery — per Rich Michelson's opening remarks — has "seen our artists garner eighteen Caldecott Medals and forty-three Caldecott...

Five questions for Anthony Perry and Alexis Bunten

Keepunumuk: Weeâchumun’s Thanksgiving Story (Charlesbridge, 6–10 years) by Danielle Greendeer, Anthony Perry, and Alexis Bunten, illustrated by Garry Meeches Sr., reframes the story of Thanksgiving as Keepunumuk, “the time of harvest.” The book is dedicated “to our children, who are our ancestors’ dreams come true”; and in it, a grandmother...

Jas Hammonds Talks with Roger

Talks with Roger is a sponsored supplement to our free monthly e-newsletter, Notes from the Horn Book. To receive Notes, sign up here. Sponsored by   In Jas Hammonds’s first novel, We Deserve Monuments, a reluctant Avery is sent to stay with her dying grandmother in a small Georgia town, where some old and painful...

Cover Reveal for Book Bonding: Building Connections Through Family Reading

I’m thrilled to share cover art by Mia Saine for my forthcoming essay collection Book Bonding: Building Connections Through Family Reading, debuting April 18, 2023 with Imagine Publishing, an imprint of Charlesbridge. Here and throughout the book, Mia’s warm, bighearted illustrations perfectly capture the cozy feeling I hope readers will experience...

BGHB 2022: The Boston Globe Interviews the Judges

Earlier this month, The Boston Globe's books contributing editor Kate Tuttle interviewed this year's Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards judges, Vicky Smith (chair), Sujin Huggins, and Maura O'Toole, about their timely selections. Chair Vicky Smith is the access services director at the Portland Public Library in Portland, Maine; Sujin B.E. Huggins, PhD...

BGHB 2022: Ain't Burned All the Bright

We've reached the culmination of Picture Book week in our month-long virtual Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards celebration.   Today, judge Maura O'Toole introduces the 2022 BGHB Picture Book Winner Ain't Burned All the Bright:   The 2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Award for Picture Book is presented to author Jason Reynolds...

Bao Phi Talks with Roger

Talks with Roger is a sponsored supplement to our free monthly e-newsletter, Notes from the Horn Book. To receive Notes, sign up here. Sponsored by   In You Are Life, illustrated by Hannah Li, Minneapolis poet-author Bao Phi (winner of a Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor for A Different Pond) addresses the reader directly to celebrate...

BGHB 2022: War

Picture Book week continues in our month-long virtual Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards celebration.   Today, judge Sujin Huggins introduces the 2022 BGHB Picture Book Honor Book War:   The 2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor Book Award for Picture Book is presented to author José Jorge Letria, illustrator André Letria, and...
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