March/April 2024 Horn Book Magazine starred reviews

Illustration by Hadley Hooper from Gifts from Georgia's Garden by Lisa Robinson.

The following books will receive starred reviews in the March/April 2024 Horn Book Magazine:

Ahoy! by Sophie Blackall (Schwartz/Random)

A Friend for Eddy by Ann Kim Ha (Greenwillow)

My Block Looks Like by Janelle Harper; illus. by Frank Morrison (Viking)

Ten Little Rabbits by Maurice Sendak (Harper/HarperCollins)

One Big Open Sky by Lesa Cline-Ransome (Holiday)

Max in the House of Spies [Operation Kinderspion] by Adam Gidwitz (Dutton)

The Queen of Thieves [The Moonwind Mysteries] by Johan Rundberg; trans. from Swedish by A. A. Prime (Amazon Crossing Kids)

Black Girl You Are Atlas by Renée Watson; illus. by Ekua Holmes (Kokila/Penguin)

Not Just the Driver! by Sara Holly Ackerman; illus. by Robert Neubecker (Beach Lane/Simon)

One Day This Tree Will Fall by Leslie Barnard Booth; illus. by Stephanie Fizer Coleman (McElderry)

The Wonderful Wisdom of Ants by Philip Bunting (Crown)

Something About the Sky by Rachel Carson; illus. by Nikki McClure (Candlewick Studio)

Nothing: John Cage and 4’33” by Nicholas Day; illus. by Chris Raschka (Porter/Holiday)

Jimmy’s Rhythm & Blues: The Extraordinary Life of James Baldwin by Michelle Meadows; illus. by Jamiel Law (Harper/HarperCollins)

Gifts from Georgia’s Garden: How Georgia O’Keeffe Nourished Her Art by Lisa Robinson; illus. by Hadley Hooper (Porter/Holiday)

The Iguanodon’s Horn: How Artists and Scientists Put a Dinosaur Back Together Again and Again…and Again by Sean Rubin (Clarion/HarperCollins)

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