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

Five questions for Renée Watson and Ekua Holmes
Black Girl You Are Atlas by Renée Watson, illus. by Ekua Holmes; Kokila/Penguin.

At home with poetry
How to Write a Poem by Kwame Alexander and Deanna Nikaido, illus. by Melissa Sweet; Quill Tree/HarperCollins. 
Welcome to the Wonder House by Rebecca Kai Dotlich and Georgia Heard, illus. by Deborah Freedman; Wordsong/Astra.
At the Poles by David Elliott, illus. by Ellen Rooney; Candlewick. 
What You Need to Be Warm by Neil Gaiman, illus. by various artists; Quill Tree/HarperCollins. 
Home by Isabelle Simler; illus. by the author; trans. from French by Vineet Lal; Eerdmans.

Awareness of the world around us
Something About the Sky by Rachel Carson, illus. by Nikki McClure; Candlewick Studio. 
Viewfinder by Christine D. U. Chung and Salwa Majoka, illus. by the authors; Tundra.  
The Remarkable Rescue at Milkweed Meadow by Elaine Dimopoulos, illus. by Doug Salati; Charlesbridge.
Ant Story by Jay Hosler, illus. by the author; HarperAlley/HarperCollins.
The Monarchs of Winghaven by Naila Moreira; Walker US/Candlewick.
Saving H’Non: Chang and the Elephant by Trang Nguyễn and Jeet Zdũng, illus. by Jeet Zdũng; Dial.
A Horse Named Sky by Rosanne Parry, illus. by Kirbi Fagan; Greenwillow.

Visual learning
Run and Hide by Don Brown, illus. by the author; Clarion/HarperCollins.
Monstrous: A Transracial Adoption Story by Sarah Myer, illus. by the author; First Second.
Courage to Dream: Tales of Hope in the Holocaust by Neal Shusterman, illus. by Andrés Vera Martínez; Graphix/Scholastic.
The Bodyguard Unit: Edith Garrud, Women’s Suffrage, and Jujitsu by Clément Xavier, illus. by Lisa Lugrin, color by Albertine Ralenti; trans. from French by Edward Gauvin; Graphic Universe/Lerner.  

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

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