Books Mentioned in the October 2023 Issue of Notes from the Horn Book

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

Five Questions for Remy Lai

Ghost Book; Holt

Panel borders, but no boundaries

Duel by Jessixa Bagley; illus. by Aaron Bagley; Simon

Out There by Seaerra Miller; illus. by the author; Little, Brown 

Curlfriends: New in Town by Sharee Miller; illus. by the author; color by Luke Healy; LB Ink/Little, Brown

Ink Girls by Marieke Nijkamp; illus. by Sylvia Bi; Greenwillow

Four Eyes by Rex Ogle; illus. by Dave Valeza; color by Ash Szymanik; Graphix/Scholastic

Picture Day by Sarah Sax; illus. by the author; Knopf

The Do-Over by Rodrigo Vargas; illus. by Coni Yovaniniz; Clarion/HarperCollins

A Sky of Paper Stars by Susie Yi; illus. by the author; Roaring Brook

What a concept!

You Rule! by Rilla Alexander; illus. by the author; Chronicle

Friends Beyond Measure by Lalena Fisher; illus. by the author; Harper/HarperCollins

10 Dogs by Emily Gravett; illus. by the author; Boxer Books

The World and Everything in It by Kevin Henkes; illus. by the author; Greenwillow

Some of These Are Snails by Carter Higgins; illus. by the author; Chronicle

A Is for Australian Reefs by Frané Lessac; illus. by the author; Candlewick

The Power of Snow by Bob Raczka; illus. by Bryony Clarkson; Millbrook

Día de Muertos: Números: A Day of the Dead Counting Book by Duncan Tonatiuh; illus. by the author; Abrams/Abrams Appleseed    

Not for the faint of heart

Before the Devil Knows You’re Here by Autumn Krause; Peachtree Teen

A Starlet’s Secret to a Sensational Afterlife by Kendall Kulper; Holiday

Once There Was by Kiyash Monsef; Simon

Dream to Me by Megan Paasch; Feiwel

Harvest House by Cynthia Leitich Smith; Candlewick

The Spirit Bares Its Teeth by Andrew Joseph White; Peachtree Teen



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