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Capitol Choices 2021 List of Noteworthy Books for Children and Teens: Winged Wonders

Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery (by Meeg Pincus, illus. by Yas Imamura) has made the Capitol Choices 2021 List of Noteworthy Books for Children and Teens.

 

Green Earth Book Award 2021 Long List: Winged Wonders and Lions & Cheetahs & Rhinos OH MY!

Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery (by Meeg Pincus, illus. by Yas Imamura) and Lions & Cheetahs & Rhinos OH MY!: Animal Artwork by Children in Sub-Saharan Africa (by John Platt and Moira Rose Donohue) have both been selected for the 2021 Green Earth Book Award Long List!

 

Rise: A Feminist Book Project for Ages 0-18 List: A Girl Like You

A Girl Like You by Frank and Carla Murphy, illus. by Kayla Harren, made it onto the Rise: A Feminist Book Project for Ages 0-18 list!

 

2021-2022 South Carolina Book Award Nominee: The Boy Who Grew a Forest: The True Story of Jadav Payeng

The Boy Who Grew a Forest: The True Story of Jadav Payeng is a 2021-2022 South Carolina Book Award nominee! Congratulations to author Sophia Gholz and illustrator Kayla Harren!

 

Triple Crown Awards Nomination (Gallery Award): Chip and Curly: The Great Potato Race

Chip and Curly: The Great Potato Race by Cathy Breisacher, illus. by Joshua Heinsz has been nominated for a 2021-2022 Gallery Award, a division of the Triple Crown Awards!

 

SCBWI Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction for Younger Readers Finalist: Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery

Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery by Meeg Pincus, illus. by Yas Imamura, is one of five finalists for the SCBWI Golden Kite Award for Nonfiction for Younger Readers!

 

Indiana Library Association 2022-2023 Young Hoosier Award Longlist

Mae the Mayfly, Our World is Whole, Travel Guide for Monsters, Memoirs of a Tortoise, and You Are Mine, Porcupine all made it onto the Indiana Library Association’s 2022-2023 Young Hoosier Award Longlist.

 

2020 Whippoorwill Award Winner: Someplace to Call Home by Sandra Dallas

Someplace to Call Home by Sandra Dallas is a 2020 Whippoorwill Award winner!

 

Kirkus Reviews Starred Review: Because I'm New

"The joys and difficulties of adding a baby to the family are detailed in this sweet tale..."

 

Cybils Awards, 2020 Finalist (Elementary Nonfiction): Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery

Winged Wonders: Solving the Monarch Migration Mystery is a 2020 Children's and Young Adult Bloggers' Literary (Cybils) Awards Finalist in the Elementary Nonfiction category. Congratulations to author Meeg Pincus and illustrator Yas Imamura!