Online Mock Newbery

We’re doing things a bit differently this year then we have in years past.  Rather than having people post their votes in the comments, we are using an online ballot and you can vote here.  We dithered between two rounds, but opted for a decisive single one.  Voting will close on Friday night, so get […]

UnknownWe’re doing things a bit differently this year then we have in years past.  Rather than having people post their votes in the comments, we are using an online ballot and you can vote here.  We dithered between two rounds, but opted for a decisive single one.  Voting will close on Friday night, so get those votes in early!

You’ll notice that we’ve doubled the size of the shortlist, from 9 to 18.  I’m hoping that some of you will take advantage of this time to lobby for some of these very deserving books that didn’t make the previous shortlist.

 

 

 

 

AS BRAVE AS YOU

BEFORE  MORNING

THE BEST MAN

FULL OF BEANS

FREEDOM IN CONGO SQUARE

GHOST

THE GIRL WHO DRANK THE MOON

THE INQUISITOR’S TALE

JUANA & LUCAS

MARCH, BOOK THREE

PAX

RAYMIE NIGHTINGALE

SAMURAI RISING

SOME WRITER!

WHEN GREEN BECOMES TOMATOES

WHEN THE SEA TURNED TO SILVER

THE WILD ROBOT

WOLF HOLLOW

 

 

 

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