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With a pacing that moves along at a gallop, this is a skillful execution of a fascinating historical tale. The fiction story of Pablo Neruda growing up in Chile. It is filled with the art of poetry, words, and a young boy trying to find his way in life.
12222 Youth Media Award Winners
Pam Munoz Ryan has never disappointed me! It was hard to get into this book. Compelling writing and informative photographs and maps explore the inner workings of volcanoes and highlights the work of a group of scientists dedicated to preventing the human tragedy caused by eruptions around the world. Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library. Grabenstein, Chris. Quirky and fun. Farmer Will Allen and the Growing Table. Martin, Jacqueline Briggs.
Readers to Eaters.
Farmer Will Allen and his Genius Project to encourage people to grow food for their own table, are introduced in this lively and engaging tale. DiCamillo, Kate.
The Newbery Medal Book. Gone Fishing: A Novel in Verse. Wissinger, Tamera Will. The Great American Dust Bowl. Brown, Don. Employing graphic novel format, Don Brown paints a vivid and startling picture of the year span of dust storms that devastated the Midwest, and explores the human causes of this environmental disaster. How to Catch a Bogle. Jinks, Catherine. In rough Victorian England, year-old Birdie proudly works as an apprentice to a bogler, luring out the scary monsters that are eating children. Fast-paced, lots of historical detail, and starring a resourceful young heroine.
Beaty, Daniel. Little Brown. Beatty conveys loss and hope through poignant text and illustrations as a boy struggles to understand the absence of his father and their daily game of "Knock, Knock. Engle, Margarita. Look Up! Bird-Watching in Your Own Backyard.
Cate, Annette LeBlanc. This spirited, accessible introduction to the art and science of birding features immersive, fact-filled cartoon art punctuated with tongue-in-beak bird commentary via word bubbles and humorous asides. A Sibert Honor Book.
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In a tale that soars with hope and humanity, Sophie has fled Victorian London to go mother-hunting in Paris. Lyrical and poetic. Serafina's Promise: A Novel in Verse. Burg, Ann E.
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Beginning with an independent young man arriving in Philadelphia, this informative and well-paced book shines a light on one of America's most interesting Founding Fathers. After the death of her parents, genius outsider Willow begins to bloom again and becomes an agent for change for the diverse group of people she meets. A surprising and inspiring story about family and friendship.
Stone, Tanya Lee. Bolden introduces the unsung story of the U. Army's first African-American paratroopers unit, moving gracefully among portraits of individual paratroopers, the history of the unit, and the complex social issues of the time. Two best friends make a pact to succeed as they struggle to escape their inner-city lives.
Youth Media Award Winners | American Libraries Magazine
Strong writing realizes vivid characters in this gritty novel. Diego Rivera: An Artist for the People. There he feeds a pair of swans who are later shot by a hunter—a tragedy that symbolizes his own frustrations and sorrows while also bonding him more closely with his loving stepmother and sister. The hatchet that cuts down dreams? Or are words born of fire? Ages 9— In early scenes, when the boy wanders rapt in a forest or spends a formative summer by the seashore, Ryan loads the narrative with vivid sensory details. This book has all the feel of a classic, elegant and measured, but deeply rewarding and eminently readable.
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