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Fanfare 2021 extras

Read more by and about some of our Fanfare 2021 authors and illustrators below. Find our at-a-glance Fanfare 2021 booklist here and our newly annotated list here.   Picture Books Matt de la Peña and Christian Robinson 2016 Newbery Acceptance by Matt de la Peña Profile of 2016 Newbery Medal...

Fanfare 2021 Annotations

Welcome to the 2021 edition of Fanfare, the Horn Book’s choices of the best books for children and teens published in the last year. As always the forty-four selections contain something for pretty much everybody — the single book on the list I’ve been touting for and to pretty much...

Fanfare 2021 Booklist

Below is Fanfare, a list of the books that the Horn Book editors and reviewers have selected as the best of 2021. The annotated list will be published in the December issue of Notes from the Horn Book (sign up!) and in the January/February 2022 issue of the Horn Book Magazine...

Fanfare 2020 Annotations

Welcome to Fanfare, our choices of the best books of 2020. When The Horn Book’s tiny office went from wall-to-wall books, ARCs, effin’ jeez, and piles and piles of still more books to fully remote, there was a lot of uncertainty. Overnight, our digital tag line — It’s virtually a...

Fanfare 2020 extras

Read more by and about some of our Fanfare 2020 authors and illustrators below. Find our at-a-glance Fanfare 2020 booklist here and our newly annotated list here.   Picture Books Derrick Barnes and Gordon C. James What the Hell Is Didactic Intent Anyway? by Elisa Gall and Jonathan Hunt Family...

Fanfare 2020 Booklist

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Below is Fanfare, a list of the books that the Horn Book editors and reviewers have selected as the best of 2020. The annotated list will be published in the December issue of Notes from the Horn Book (sign up!) and in the January/February 2021 issue of the Horn Book Magazine...

Fanfare 2019 Annotations

Welcome to Fanfare, our choices of the best books of 2019. I believe we first published this list in 1939, recommending the best of 1938. Many of the titles are now mostly forgotten (or notorious: see The Five Chinese Brothers), but look: there is Andy and the Lion, Mr. Popper’s Penguins, and The Hobbit....

Fanfare 2019 -- more on!

Read more by and about some of our Fanfare 2019 authors and illustrators below. Find our at-a-glance Fanfare 2019 booklist here and our newly annotated list here.   Picture Books Calling Caldecott: The Little Guys Five Questions for Vera Brosgol about Leave Me Alone  Family Reading: Happy Camping! Summer Camp...

Fanfare 2019 Booklist

Below is Fanfare, a list of the books that the Horn Book editors and reviewers have selected as the best of 2019. The annotated list will be published in the December issue of Notes from the Horn Book (sign up!) and in the January/February 2020 issue of the Horn Book Magazine...
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