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

Five questions for Joseph Bruchac
Voices of the People by Joseph Bruchac, illus. by various artists; Reycraft.  

A variety of verse (novels)
Iveliz Explains It All by Andrea Beatriz Arango; Random.
They Call Her Fregona: A Border Kid’s Poems by David Bowles; Kokila/Penguin.
Rain Rising by Courtne Comrie; Harper/HarperCollins.
Ode to a Nobody by Caroline Brooks DuBois; Holiday.
Mirror to Mirror by Rajani LaRocca; Quill Tree/HarperCollins.
We Are All So Good at Smiling by Amber McBride; Feiwel.
One Last Shot: The Story of Wartime Photographer Gerda Taro by Kip Wilson; Versify/HarperCollins.

Animals galore
How the Sea Came to Be: And All the Creatures in It by Jennifer Berne, illus. by Amanda Hall; Eerdmans.
We Are Human Animals by Rosie Haine; Eerdmans.
Whose Egg Is THAT? [Whose Is THAT?] by Darrin Lunde, illus. by Kelsey Oseid; Charlesbridge.
Tree Hole Homes: Daytime Dens and Nighttime Nooks by Melissa Stewart, illus. by Amy Hevron; Random House Studio/Random.

Neurodiverse characters
Henry, like Always by Jenn Bailey, illus. by Mika Song; Chronicle.
Speak Up! by Rebecca Burgess; Quill Tree/HarperCollins.
A Perfect Mistake by Melanie Conklin; Little, Brown.
Show Us Who You Are by Elle McNicoll; Crown.

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

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