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LAND OF ENCHANTMENT BOOK AWARD

LAND OF ENCHANTMENT BOOK AWARD.

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LAND OF ENCHANTMENT BOOK AWARD

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  1. LAND OF ENCHANTMENT BOOK AWARD Begun in 1981 as a joint effort with the New Mexico International Reading Association and the New Mexico Library Association in conjunction with the New Mexico State Library as New Mexico’s Children’s Choice Award. Until the year 2000, there was only one list to read from and only one winner chosen. In 2000, it was decided to have 2 lists – one for Children and one for Young Adults to allow students to make better choices.

  2. Some of the past winners are: 1997       TheGiver by Lois Lowry 1996       Knights of the Kitchen Table by Jon Scieszka 1995      Terror at the Zoo by Peg Kehret 1994      Shiloh by Rhyllis Reynolds Naylor 1993      Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli 1992      Wayside School Is Falling Down by Louis Sachar 1991      Pecos Bill: a Tall Tale by Steven Kellogg 1990      There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom by Louis Sachar 1989      Sixth Grade Can Really Kill You by Barthe DeClements 1988      The Dollhouse Murders by Betty Ren Wright 1987      Zucchini by Barbara Dana 1986      Thirteen Ways to Sink a Sub by Jamie Gilson 1985      Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade by Barthe DeClements 1984      Superfudge by Judy Blume 1983      Summer of Fear by Lois Duncan 1982      Bunnicula: a Rabbit-Tale of Mystery by Deborah and James Howe 1981      Ramona and Her Father by Beverly Cleary

  3. 2008 Children’s : Stink and the Incredible Super-Galactic Jawbreaker by Megan McDonald Young Adult : A Dog’s Life : Autobiography of a Stray by Ann Martin 2007      Children's: George Washington's Teethby Deborah Chandra & Madeleine Comora      Young Adult: The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau 2006       Children's: Togoby Robert J. Blake       Young Adult: The Tale of Despereauxby Kate DiCamillo 2005       Children's: El Cucuy!as told by Joe Hayes       Young Adult: Ruby Hollerby Sharon Creech 2004       Children's:  Pee Wee's Taleby Johanna Hurwitz        Young Adult: Love that Dogby Sharon Creech 2003       Children's:  Because of Winn-Dixieby Kate DiCamillo        Young Adult:   Bud, Not Buddyby Christopher Paul Curtis 2002       Children's:   Rumpelstiltskin's Daughterby Diane Stanley        Young Adult:   Ghost Canoeby Will Hobbs 2001       Children's:  A Spoon for Every Biteby Joe Hayes       Young Adult:   Holesby Louis Sachar 2000        Children's:  Library Lilby Suzanne Williams      Young Adult: The Watsons Go to Birmingham--1963by Christopher  Paul Curtis 1999              Poppy by Avi 1998            The Worst Best School Year Everby Barbara Robinson

  4. 2009 Children’s : Roberte Clemente : Pride of the Pittsburgh Pirates by Jonah Winter Young Adult : So B. It by Sarah Weeks

  5. The authors chosen by the students of New Mexico receive an engraved Nambé tray listing the book title and year of the win. Because this is something unique to New Mexico, authors are very pleased to get this award. It is usually presented by a student to the author at a conference of the NMIRA or the NMLA.

  6. The Children’s List for 2009/2010 Do you see any you would like to read? Read 3 and vote in April, 2010

  7. The Young Adult List for 2009/2010 Do you see any you would like to read? Read 3 and vote in April, 2010

  8. Criteria – You must read at least 3 books from one list (We prefer you read more) to be eligible to vote in April. If you wish to vote on both lists, you must read at least 3 books from each list. Don’t read 2 from one list and 1 from another and expect to be able to vote. [Ask your teacher or librarian if there is a REWARD FOR VOTING]

  9. Where can you find these books in this library? How are they marked to show that they are on this year’s reading lists? Are there any questions? Let’s get reading!!!

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