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Children's Book Awards


Americas Award for Children's and Young Adults Literature
Given in recognition of a U.S. work in English or Spanish which "authentically and engagingly presents the experience of individuals in Latin America or the Caribbean, or of Latinos in the United States

Children's Book Awards
The most comprehensive guide to English-language children's book awards on the Internet

Jane Addams Book Award
Presented annually by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom and the Jane Addams Peace Association to the children's book that most effectively promotes the cause of peace, social justice and world community.

Margaret A. Edwards Award
Honors an author's lifetime achievement for writing books that have been popular with teenagers.

Marion Vannett Ridgway Award
Awarded to the best childrens book of 2002 by a FIRST TIME author, illustrator or photographer.

The Caldecott Medal
This award, in honor of Randolph J. Caldecott, the nineteenth-century English illustrator, is to be given to the artist who has created the most distinguished picture book of the year.

The Giverny Award
Established in 1998 by the 15 Degree Laboratory, this award honors the best children's science picture book as decided by an award selection committee.

The Newbery Medal
One of the the most prestigious awards in children's literature. The medals honor outstanding writing and illustration of children's books published in the U.S. during the previous year.

The Whitbread Prize
Awarded each year in five categories (novel, first novel, children's novel, poetry, and biography) to works by authors who have lived for three or more years in Great Britain or Ireland.

Young Reader's Choice Award
Chosen by the children of Alberta, Alaska, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington, from books published 3 years previously, and nominated by librarians, teachers and students.