Books mentioned in the January 2024 issue of Notes from the Horn Book

Five Questions for Breanna J. McDaniel and April Harrison
Go Forth and Tell: The Life of Augusta Baker, Librarian and Master Storyteller by Breanna J. McDaniel, illus. by April Harrison; Dial.

Go forth and help
I’m Gonna Paint: Ralph Fasanella, Artist of the People by Anne Broyles, illus. by Victoria Tentler-Krylov; Holiday.
Fighting with Love: The Legacy of John Lewis by Lesa Cline-Ransome, illus. by James E. Ransome; Wiseman/Simon.
Amazing Abe: How Abraham Cahan’s Newspaper Gave a Voice to Jewish Immigrants by Norman H. Finkelstein, illus. by Vesper Stamper; Holiday.
On the Tip of a Wave: How Ai Weiwei’s Art Is Changing the Tide by Joanna Ho, illus. by Cátia Chien; Orchard/Scholastic.
Ida B. Wells Marches for the Vote by Dinah Johnson, illus. by Jerry Jordan; Ottaviano/Little, Brown.
Shigeru Ban Builds a Better World [Art for Good] by Isadoro Saturno, illus. by Stefano Di Cristofaro; Tra.

Rising to the occasion
Ready, Set, Dough! by Kelly J. Baptist; Crown.
Garvey’s Choice: The Graphic Novel by Nikki Grimes, illus. by Theodore Taylor III; Wordsong/Astra.
The Reckoning by Wade Hudson; Crown.
Gone Wolf by Amber McBride; Feiwel.
Stuntboy, In-Between Time by Jason Reynolds, illus. by Raúl the Third; Dlouhy/Atheneum.
Control Freaks by J. E. Thomas; Levine Querido.
Shark Teeth by Sherri Winston; Bloomsbury.

It's almost Valen-time
By Any Other Name by Erin Cotter; Simon.
The Fall of Whit Rivera by Crystal Maldonado; Holiday.
The Totally True Story of Gracie Byrne by Shannon Takaoka; Candlewick.
Lunar New Year Love Story by Gene Luen Yang, illus. by LeUyen Pham; First Second.

From the January 2024 issue of Notes from the Horn Book.

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