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

Five Questions for Clar Angkasa
Stories of the Islands; Holiday.

Retold, remixed, or reimagined
The Little Match Girl Strikes Back by Emma Carroll; illus. by Lauren Child; Candlewick.
The Song of Us by Kate Fussner; Tegen/HarperCollins.
Eagle Drums by Nasuġraq Rainey Hopson; Roaring Brook.
Paul Bunyan: The Invention of an American Legend by Noah Van Sciver and Marlena Myles; TOON.

Indigenous stories
Remember by Joy Harjo; illust. by Michaela Goade (Random).
Who Will Win? [I Like to Read] by Arihhonni David; Holiday.
Autumn Peltier, Water Warrior by Carole Lindstrom; illus. by Bridget George; Roaring Brook.
My Powerful Hair by Carole Lindstrom; illus. by Steph Littlebird; Abrams.
Mnoomin maan’gowing / The Gift of Mnoomin by Brittany Luby; illus. by Joshua Mangeshig Pawis-Steckley; trans. into Anishinaabemowin by Mary Ann Corbiere;  Groundwood.
When the Stars Came Home by Brittany Luby; illus. by Natasha Donovan; Little, Brown.
Grandma’s Tipi: A Present-Day Lakota Story by S. D. Nelson; Abrams.
The Song That Called Them Home by David A. Robertson; illus. by Maya McKibbin; Tundra.
Just like Grandma by Kim Rogers; illus. by Julie Flett; Heartdrum/HarperCollins.
A Letter for Bob by Kim Rogers; illus. by Jonathan Nelson; Heartdrum/HarperCollins.

Voices in verse
Kin: Rooted in Hope by Carole Boston Weatherford; illus. by Jeffery Boston Weatherford; Atheneum.
Dear Medusa by Olivia A. Cole; Labyrinth Road/Random.
Land of Broken Promises by Jane Kuo; Quill Tree/HarperCollins.
The Order of Things by Kaija Langley; Paulsen/Penguin.
An Impossible Thing to Say by Arya Shahi; Allida/HarperCollins.

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

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