Matt de la Peña’s award-winning book, Last Stop on Market Street, is a visual and emotional masterpiece that has garnered numerous accolades.
Browsing: Award Winners
M. T. Anderson is an award-winning writer for a reason, and Elf Dog and Owl Head does not disappoint. It’s a wonderfully absorbing and uplifting story.
Pam Muñoz Ryan’s narrative brilliance and Peter Sís’s evocative illustrations make The Dreamer a must-read that not only entertains but also inspires readers.
Smile by Raina Telgemeier offers readers an intimate glimpse into the transformative years of a young girl navigating the challenges of adolescence.
The Polar Express, recipient of the prestigious 1986 Caldecott Medal, stands as a timeless holiday classic that has captured the hearts of millions worldwide.
We’re highlighting some of the best new tween listens, including humorous but realistic adventures, a wacky fantasy, and a fantastic graphic memoir adaptation.
Lon Po Po written and illustrated by Ed Young is a fascinating read that offers an engaging twist to the classic tale of Red Riding Hood.
Mango, Abuela, and Me is a heartwarming story that inspires readers to embrace the journey of learning something new.
E.L. Konigsburg’s novel, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler, is unquestionably a work of true literary brilliance and remarkable storytelling.
Anyone who reads Mockingbird will come away with a renewed appreciation for the power of perseverance and compassion in the face of tragedy.