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

Five Questions for Paula Yoo
Rising from the Ashes: Los Angeles, 1992. Edward Jae Song Lee, Latasha Harlins, Rodney King, and a City on Fire by Paula Yoo; Norton.

Stories for Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month
The Partition Project by Saadia Faruqi; Quill Tree/HarperCollins. 
Next Stop by Debbie Fong; RH Graphic/Random. 
The Door Is Open: Stories of Celebration and Community by 11 Desi Voices edited by Hena Khan; Little, Brown.
Make a Move, Sunny Park! by Jessica Kim; Kokila/Penguin.
The Unbeatable Lily Hong by Diana Ma; Clarion/HarperCollins.
Alterations by Ray Xu; Union Square.

The page-turning past
Farewell Cuba, Mi Isla by Alexandra Diaz; Wiseman/Simon.
Song of Freedom, Song of Dreams: A Novel in Verse by Shari Green; Andrews.
Wrath Becomes Her by Aden Polydoros; Inkyard. 
An Echo in the City by K. X. Song; Little, Brown.

For die-hard dino fans
Henry and the Something New by Jenn Bailey, illus. by Mika Song; Chronicle.
The Bone Wars: The True Story of an Epic Battle to Find Dinosaur Fossils by Jane Kurtz, illus. by Alexander Vidal; Beach Lane/Simon
Drag and Rex: Forever Friends by Susan Lubner, illus. by Blythe Russo; Pixel + Ink/Holiday. 
The Iguanodon’s Horn: How Artists and Scientists Put a Dinosaur Back Together Again and Again…and Again by Sean Rubin; Clarion/HarperCollins.

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

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