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

Five questions for Andrea L. Rogers
Man Made Monsters by Andrea L. Rogers, illus. by Jeff Edwards; Levine Querido.  

Pulse-pounding reads
Hollow Fires by Samira Ahmed; Little, Brown.
Phalaina by Alice Brière-Haquet; Levine Querido.
The Getaway by Lamar Giles; Scholastic.
What We Saw by Mary Downing Hahn; Clarion/HarperCollins.
Murder for the Modern Girl by Kendall Kulper; Holiday.
The Honeys by Ryan La Sala; PUSH/Scholastic.
Burn Down, Rise Up by Vincent Tirado; Sourcebooks Fire.

Something spooky this way comes
Shadow Grave by Marina Cohen; Roaring Brook.
Crash from Outer Space: Unraveling the Mystery of Flying Saucers, Alien Beings, and Roswell by Candace Fleming; Focus/Scholastic.
The Midnight Children by Dan Gemeinhart; Holt.
Omega Morales and the Legend of La Lechuza by Laekan Zea Kemp, illus. by Vanessa Morales; Little, Brown.
Lily and the Night Creatures by Nick Lake, illus. by Emily Gravett; Simon.
Let the Monster Out by Chad Lucas; Amulet/Abrams.
Ghostcloud by Michael Mann; Peachtree.

Music appreciation
As Glenn as Can Be by Sarah Ellis, illus. by Nancy Vo; Groundwood.
The Greatest Song of All: How Isaac Stern United the World to Save Carnegie Hall by Megan Hoyt, illus. by Katie Hickey; Quill Tree/HarperCollins.
Building an Orchestra of Hope: How Favio Chávez Taught Children to Make Music from Trash by Carmen Oliver, illus. by Luisa Uribe; Eerdmans.
Before Music: Where Instruments Come From by Annette Bay Pimentel, illus. by Madison Safer; Amulet/Abrams.
Listen: How Evelyn Glennie, a Deaf Girl, Changed Percussion by Shannon Stocker, illus. by Devon Holzwarth; Dial.
Standing in the Need of Prayer: A Modern Retelling of the Classic Spiritual by Carole Boston Weatherford, illus. by Frank Morrison; Crown.

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

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