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

Five questions for Dare Coulter
An American Story by Kwame Alexander, illus. by Dare Coulter; Little, Brown.  

American stories for Black History Month
Little Rosetta and the Talking Guitar: The Musical Story of Sister Rosetta Tharpe, the Woman Who Invented Rock and Roll by Charnelle Pinkney Barlow; Doubleday.
I Am Ruby Bridges by Ruby Bridges, illus. by Nikkolas Smith; Orchard/Scholastic.
Curve & Flow: The Elegant Vision of L.A. Architect Paul R. Williams by Andrea J. Loney, illus. by Keith Mallett; Knopf.
On Her Wings: The Story of Toni Morrison by Jerdine Nolen, illus. by James E. Ransome; Wiseman/Simon.
Love Is Loud: How Diane Nash Led the Civil Rights Movement by Sandra Neil Wallace, illus. by Bryan Collier; Wiseman/Simon.
A Song for the Unsung: Bayard Rustin, the Man Behind the 1963 March on Washington by Carole Boston Weatherford and Rob Sanders, illus. by Byron McCray; Holt.

Learning from history
Wildoak by C. C. Harrington, illus. by Diana Sudyka; Scholastic.
The Star That Always Stays by Anna Rose Johnson; Holiday.
We Own the Sky by Rodman Philbrick; Scholastic.
A Seed in the Sun by Aida Salazar; Dial.
Weird Rules to Follow by Kim Spencer; Orca.
Island of Spies by Sheila Turnage; Dial.
The Sky We Shared by Shirley Reva Vernick; Cinco Puntos/Lee & Low.

Love isn't easy
Lark & Kasim Start a Revolution by Kacen Callender; Amulet/Abrams.
Boys I Know by Anna Gracia; Peachtree Teen.
Practice Girl by Estelle Laure; Viking.
A Scatter of Light by Malinda Lo; Dutton.
Twice as Perfect by Louisa Onomé; Feiwel.
Scattered Showers: Stories by Rainbow Rowell, illus. by Jim Tierney; Wednesday/St. Martin's.

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

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