Honor Book

Some articles on honor book, book, books, honors:

Laura Vaccaro Seeger - Awards
... Caldecott Honor Book, 2013 Horn Book Fanfare Book, 2012 Booklist Best Book, 2012 Kirkus Best Book, 2012 Wall Street Journal Best Book, 2012 Parents Magazine Best Book, 2012 New York Public ...
Marguerite De Angeli - Works - Books For Children (written and Illustrated By The Author)
... to the Grocery Store (1935) (digital story book) Ted and Nina Have a Happy Rainy Day (1936) (digital story book) Henner's Lydia (1936) A story about a young Amish girl set in Lancaster County ... A Summer Day with Ted and Nina (1940) (digital story book) Thee, Hannah! (1940) A story about a young Quaker girl meeting an escaped slave in pre-Civil War Philadelphia ... Yonie Wondernose (1944) Caldecott Honor book, a story about a curious Amish boy, younger brother to Lydia of Henner's Lydia ...
Carmen Agra Deedy - Children’s Books - English
... Deedy is the author of eight children’s books written in English, with two titles published in Spanish ... All of her books were published by Peachtree Publishers ... They are listed below with some of the honors they have received ...
Hachiko Waits - Awards
... awards including Winner, Dog Writer's Association of America Best Book of Fiction, 2005 Winner, Alabama Emphasis on Reading Children's Choice Book Award, 2005–2006 ...
S. E. Hinton Bibliography - Awards Won By S. E. Hinton
... Book Award(s) won Notes The Outsiders New York Herald Tribune Best Teenage Books List (1967) Chicago Tribune Book World Spring Book Festival Honor Book (1967) That Was Then, This Is Now ALA ...

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