Books mentioned in the August 2023 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

From the August 2023 issue of Notes from the Horn Book.

Five Questions for Maxwell Eaton III

Lost in the Mountains by Maxwell Eaton III; Roaring Brook

In the summertime

The Secret Letters by Margaret Peterson Haddix; Tegen/HarperCollins   

Ruby Lost and Found by Christina Li; Quill Tree/HarperCollins  

Lo & Behold by Wendy Mass; illus. by Gabi Mendez; color by Cai Tse; Random

When Sea Becomes Sky by Gillian McDunn; Bloomsbury 

Half Moon Summer by Elaine Vickers; Peachtree   

The Braid Girls by Sherri Winston; Little, Brown      

Remember Us by Jacqueline Woodson; Paulsen/Penguin    

Class is in session

All You Have to Do by Autumn Allen; lyrics by Kahlil AkNahlej Allen; Kokila/Penguin    

Promise Boys by Nick Brooks; Holt

Your Plantation Prom Is Not Okay by Kelly McWilliams; Little, Brown   

Imposter Syndrome and Other Confessions of Alejandra Kim by Patricia Park; Crown

Miles Morales Suspended: A Spider-Man Novel by Jason Reynolds; illus. by Zeke Peña; Dlouhy/Atheneum   

Make way

Good Books for Bad Children: The Genius of Ursula Nordstrom by Beth Kephart; illus. by Chloe Bristol; Schwartz/Random    

Make Way: The Story of Robert McCloskey, Nancy Schön, and Some Very Famous Ducklings by Angela Burke Kunkel; illus. by Claire Keane; Random House Studio/Random   

Tomfoolery!: Randolph Caldecott and the Rambunctious Coming-of-Age of Children’s Books by Michelle Markel; illus. by Barbara McClintock; Chronicle

Just Jerry: How Drawing Shaped My Life by Jerry Pinkney; Little, Brown 

Mr. McCloskey’s Marvelous Mallards: The Making of Make Way for Ducklings by Emma Bland Smith; illus. by Becca Stadtlander; Calkins/Astra   

A Book, Too, Can Be a Star: The Story of Madeleine L’Engle and the Making of A Wrinkle in Time by Charlotte Jones Voiklis and Jennifer Adams; illus. by Adelina Lirius; Farrar      

Maya’s Song by Renée Watson; illus. by Bryan Collier; Harper/HarperCollins   

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