Monthly Reader Suggestions: March – April, 2019
Some titles have garnered strong Heavy Medal reader support and our list is growing! Thank you, readers of new children’s books and of the Heavy Medal blog.
We’ll see you again in early May for another round of suggestions.
Please comment and let us know if you see anything missing!
|Pay Attention Carter Jones||Schmidt||8|
|Genesis Begins Again||Williams||7|
|Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise||Gemeinhart||6|
|This Promise of Change||Boyce||6|
|Let ‘Er Buck||Nelson||4|
|Hunt for the Mad Wolf’s Daughter||Magras||3|
|On the Come Up||Thomas||3|
|Song for a Whale||Kelly||3|
|Right as Rain||Stoddard||3|
|Because of the Rabbit||Lord||1|
|Roots of Rap||Weatherford||1|
|Sal and Gabi Break the Universe||Hernandez||1|
|Drop of Hope||Calabrese||1|
|Simple Art of Flying||Leonardo||1|
|Over the Moon||Lloyd||1|
|How High the Moon||Parsons||1|
|Lizzie Flying Solo||Steveson||1|
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About Roxanne Hsu Feldman
Roxanne Hsu Feldman is the Middle School (4th to 8th grade) Librarian at the Dalton School in New York City. She served on the 2002 and 2013 Newbery Committees. Roxanne was also a member of 2008-2009 Notable Books for Children, 2015 Best Fiction for Young Adults, and the 2017 Odyssey Award Committees. In 2016 Roxanne was one of the three judges for the Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards. You can reach her at at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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