MORE 'HEAVY-MEDAL-BOOK-LIST' POSTS
Kimberly Brubaker Bradley's FIGHTING WORDS introduces two sisters dealing with the aftermath of abuse. Join the Mock Newbery discussion of this powerful novel.
Now up for discussion in Heavy Medal's Mock Newbery deliberations: EVERYTHING SAD IS UNTRUE, Daniel Nayeri's thought-provoking and humorous story of a twelve-year-old immigrant from Iran.
The Heavy Medal Mock Newbery Award discussion begins with CHANCE: ESCAPE FROM THE HOLOCAUST, Uri Shulevitz's memoir of his family's flights for survival during World War II.
Discussion of the 15 books on our Heavy Medal Mock Newbery Book List begins on December 28th. Check out the schedule of titles, and mark your calendar for the final Live Zoom Discussion on January 22nd.
Announcing the final Heavy Medal Book List. These are the 15 titles that will be read, discussed, and voted upon by the Heavy Medal Award Committee, starting on December 28th.
A dozen titles have been selected for Heavy Medal Book List. These twelve excellent children's books, plus three more that will be added later, will be discussed and voted on in January in the culmination of our 2021 Mock Newbery Award process.
The last of our three nomination periods is closed, resulting in a list of over 52 titles that could be Newbery Medal contenders. We'll narrow it down soon to the 12-15 titles that will make up the Heavy Medal Book List.
We're just 10 week away from the announcement of the 2021 Newbery Award. On Heavy Medal, it's time to select six sure-fire books to appear on our Mock Newbery discussion list. Share your thoughts about what those six should be, and we'll complete the list in December.