2022 in review

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Belated welcome, 2023! We know we're late to the party revisiting everything that happened in 2022 — how is it already the end of February?! — but we always enjoy looking back on the past twelve months in the world of children's and YA literature with our annual Horn Book Year in Review. We hope you do too.

2022 ALA Awards coverage

May/June 2022 Horn Book Magazine: Special Issue: The Newbery Centennial

2022 Boston Globe–Horn Book Awards coverage, including our virtual celebration throughout October 

Summer Reading

Horn BOO!

Holiday High Notes


So Long, Farewell: A Salute to Roger Sutton by Horn Book editors

Elissa Gershowitz Named Editor in Chief of The Horn Book


2022 Horn Book Magazine features


2022 Horn Book Magazine columns


hbook.com articles




Talks with Roger


Publishers' Previews

January/February: Diverse Books Spotlight

Lisa Stringfellow | Daniel Minter | Eva Chen and Sophie Diao | Victor Piñeiro | Jetta Grace Martin

March/April: Spring 2022

Layla F. Saad | Dhonielle Clayton | Phil StamperStephen Briseño | Vincent Tirado | Kelly Yang

May/June: Middle-Grade Fiction

Tae Keller | J. A. White | Derrick Chow

July/August: Debut Authors

C. C. Harrington | Mylisa Larsen | Andrea Beatriz Arango | Adrea Theodore

September/October: Fall 2022

Tziporah Cohen | David Barclay Moore | Tae Keller | Maya Prasad | Meghan McCarthy

November/December: Picture Books and Graphic Novels

Dan Santat | Frank Morrison | Loren Long | Jamie Green | Jonathan Case | Cat Min | Dan Yaccarino | Matt Tavares


In memoriam



Calling Caldecott | Family Reading |Out of the Box |Read Roger



Booklists and resources

Book Reviews of the Week


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