MORE 'NEWBERY-2021' POSTS
The Heavy Medal Mock-Newbery blog returns for a 13th year of discussion about the best children's books of the year. Here's a look ahead at our plans for this year's Newbery discussion process.
Our 7th call for Mock Newbery Suggestions just finished. Check out this widely varied list of this year's children's books that could be part of the conversation for the 2021 Newbery Medal.
Children's books readers are invited to contribute "Suggestions" to Heavy Medal's list of potential contenders for the 2021 Newbery Medal.
Our running list of possible Newbery-contending titles has now reached 70. Many of these books will be featured as we examine titles on Heavy Medal over the next few months. Our Mock-Newbery discussions begin in September.
Our list of suggestions for 2021 Newbery Award contenders continues on Heavy Medal. Add your favorite authors and titles from 2020 to our growing list by August 9th.
Over 200 "Suggestions" have been contributed by Heavy Medal readers as we try to identify the most likely contenders for the 2021 Newbery Medal. Check out the titles and totals through July.
The growing list of Suggested Titles on Heavy Medal's 2021 Mock Newbery is up to 51. Check out the updated list of possible contenders for the award that will be given to the best children's book of the year.
We're one third of the way through 2020...has the future 2021 Newbery book been published yet? Heavy Medal readers are invited to submit suggestions for possible candidates in our May Suggestion post.
After two months of reader suggestions, the list of potential Newbery contenders features a couple of dozen 2020 titles, but no clear leader. Check out the list so far and keep reading.
Though the past month's events have made it challenging to keep up with current children's literature for many readers, Heavy Medal continues to build our list of contenders for the 2021 Newbery Medal. Readers are invited to contribute to our April list of recommended worthy titles through April 12th.