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TOOT HORNSCBWI members’ publishing news is something to celebrate here at Kite Tales! Check out whose book is coming to a platform near you or around the world. Horn-tooting and digital hi-fives welcome in the comments!


Brown Sugar Babe


Brown Sugar Babe, by Charlotte Watson Sherman, illustrated by Akem, Boyds Mills Press, ages 4-8, Picture Book, ISBN: 978-1-635-92138-0, released 02/04/2020.


Down Under the Pier


Down Under the Pier, by Nell Cross Beckerman, illustrated by Rachell Sumpter, Cameron Kids, ages 5-7, Picture Book, ISBN: 978-1944903862, released 04/07/2020.



Evie's Field Day cover for debut crew


Evie’s Field Day, by Claire Noland, illustrated by Alicia Teba, Cardinal Rule Press, ages 5-7, picture book, ISBN: 978-1-7330359-0-3, released 05/01/2020.





Jacob Riis's Camera


Jacob Riis’s Camera: Bringing Light to Tenement Children, by Alexis O’Neill, illustrated by Gary Kelley, Calkins Creek/Boyds Mills & Kane, ages 7-10, Picture Book Biography, ISBN: 978-1-62979-866-0, released 05/05/2020.




Lulu and the Hunger Monster


Lulu and the Hunger Monster, by Erik Talkin, illustrated by Sheryl Murray, Free Spirit, ages 5-9, Picture Book, ISBN: ISBN-13: 978-1-63, releases 09/01/2020.







The Efficient, Inventive (Often Annoying) Melvil Dewey, by Alexis O’Neill, illustrated by Edwin Fortheringham, Calkins Creek/Boyds Mills & Kane, ages 7-10, Picture Book Biography, ISBN: 978-1-68437-198-3, releases 09/08/2020.





Summer of L.U.C.K., by Laura Segal Stegman, INtense Publications, ages 8-12, Middle Grade Fantasy, ISBN: 978-1-947796-57-7, releases 09/15/2020.



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Images provided by their corresponding authors.

“Toot Your Horn” original photo by Wim van ‘t Einde on Unsplash. Digitally manipulated by Sarah Parker-Lee.