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

Five questions for Elizabeth Partridge and Lauren Tamaki
Seen and Unseen: What Dorothea Lange, Toyo Miyatake, and Ansel Adams's Photographs Reveal About the Japanese American Incarceration by Elizabeth Partridge, illus. by Lauren Tamaki; Chronicle.  

Where history and biography meet
Speak Up, Speak Out!: The Extraordinary Life of “Fighting Shirley Chisholm” by Tonya Bolden; National Geographic.
I Begin with Spring: The Life and Seasons of Henry David Thoreau by Julie Dunlap, illus. by Megan Elizabeth Baratta; Tilbury.
Defiant: Growing Up in the Jim Crow South by Wade Hudson; Crown.
The Waiting Place: When Home Is Lost and a New One Not Yet Found by Dina Nayeri, photos by Anna Bosch Miralpeix; Candlewick.
Because of You, John Lewis: The True Story of a Remarkable Friendship by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illus. by Keith Henry Brown; Scholastic.
Underground Fire: Hope, Sacrifice, and Courage in the Cherry Mine Disaster by Sally M. Walker; Candlewick.

YA retold
The Weight of Blood by Tiffany D. Jackson; Tegen/HarperCollins.
Tin Man by Justin Madson; Amulet/Abrams.
Bad Girls Never Say Die by Jennifer Mathieu; Roaring Brook.
Gilded by Marissa Meyer; Feiwel.

Picture book houses
Time for Bed, Old House by Janet Costa Bates, illus. by AG Ford; Candlewick.
Farmhouse by Sophie Blackall; Little, Brown.
The House Next Door by Claudine Crangle; Groundwood.
Build a House by Rhiannon Giddens, illus. by Monica Mikai; Candlewick.
A House by Kevin Henkes; Greenwillow.
The Mouse Who Carried a House on His Back by Jonathan Stutzman, illus. by Isabelle Arsenault; Candlewick.
Goodbye, Old House by Margaret Wild, illus. by Ann James; Blue Dot Kids.

From the August 2022 issue of Notes from the Horn Book.

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