The Heavy Medal Book Discussion Schedule
We currently have 13 volunteers for the Heavy Medal Committee. That’s plenty to ensure rich and in-depth discussion of the books on our list…but if you’d like to join us, there’s still time. See last week’s post for details and instructions.
We’ll introduce HM Committee members in a separate post this Friday. Today, though, we present the Book Discussion Schedule. This should help HM Committee members and other Heavy Medal readers to plan and prioritize and be ready to chime in on the books as they come up.
We’ll discuss the books in alphabetical order by title, which is typically how the real Committees approach it (at least it has been when I’ve served). This works especially well this year if, like me, you’re still on the waiting list for THE TOLL (because it’s almost last).
|Thu||Jan 2||Beverly, Right Here|
|Fri||Jan 3||Genesis Begins Again|
|Mon||Jan 6||The Important Thing About Margaret Wise Brown|
|Tue||Jan 7||Lalani of the Distant Sea|
|Wed||Jan 8||The Line Tender|
|Thu||Jan 9||New Kid|
|Fri||Jan 10||Other Words for Home|
|Mon||Jan 13||Pay Attention, Carter Jones|
|Tue||Jan 14||Queen of the Sea|
|Wed||Jan 15||The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise|
|Thu||Jan 16||Scary Stories for Young Foxes|
|Fri||Jan 17||This Promise of Change|
|Mon||Jan 20||To Night Owl from Dogfish|
|Tue||Jan 21||The Toll|
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About Steven Engelfried
Steven Engelfried was the Library Services Manager at the Wilsonville Public Library in Oregon until he retired in 2022 after 35 years as a full-time librarian. He served on the 2010 Newbery committee, chaired the 2013 Newbery Committee, and also served on the 2002 Caldecott committee. You can reach him at email@example.com.
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