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The 2009 Cybils Winners

The winners are probably old news by now but, even though I’m announcing late, I still want to give recognition to the awesome winners of the 2009 Cybils awards. Below are the winners in the Young Adult categories: Non-Fiction The … Continue reading

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Derby Girl and the Inactives List

In my last post I linked the movie trailer for the upcoming flick Whip It and confessed my new love of roller derby.  First I should probably give you a bit of background on my roller derby love.  Up until … Continue reading

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And the Winner is…

The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks by E. Lockhart for the YA Fiction Category! Check out all of the winners here.  There are some not surprising winners — The Graveyard Book and The Hunger Games for the Middle Grade and … Continue reading

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2009 Printz Winner and Honors

Today the 2009 ALA Youth Media Awards were announced including the Printz winner and honors.  Since the winner and one of the honors is up for a Cybil in the Young Adult Fiction category, of which I’m a judge, I … Continue reading

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Morris Award Finalists

The Morris Award is a new award given to outstanding first-time YA authors.  Official wording and award info here. Here are the five finalists: Curse as Dark as Gold by Elizabeth Bunce Graceling by Kristin Cashore Absolute Brightness by James … Continue reading

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And the National Book Award Winner is…

What I Saw and How I Lied by Judy Blundell Also, check out the interview with Judy Blundell.

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Teens' Top Ten

8,000 teens voted on their top ten books.  Here’s the list: Eclipse by Stephenie Meyer Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J. K. Rowling Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney Vampire Academy by Richelle Mead Maximum Ride: … Continue reading

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