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Agatha Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Lowcountry boil : a Liz Talbot mystery
by Susan M. Boyer.

Library Journal When PI Liz Talbot learns that her grandmother has been murdered at her South Carolina islan...More

ALA Best Books for Young Adults
Click to search this book in our catalog Lark
by Porter, Tracey

Publishers Weekly Neither character-driven nor plot-driven, middle-grade author Porter's first YA novel is a message...More

ALA Notable Books for Children
Click to search this book in our catalog Chirchir Is Singing
by Kelly Cunnane

Publishers Weekly Cunnane returns to the Kenyan setting of her 2006 picture book, For You Are a Kenyan Child...More

Anthony Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog She Walks These Hills
by Sharyn McCrumb

Library Journal : A tale of an escaped convict from Edgar Award winner McCrumb.

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Bram Stoker Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Lost Boy Lost Girl
by Peter Straub

Library Journal: Straub brings back his writer hero Tim Underhill (Koko; The Throat) in a lightweight, occult horror...More
British Crime Writers' Assoc.
Click to search this book in our catalog The Athenian Murders
by Jose Carlos Samoza

Publishers Weekly In a highly original and literary approach to crime fiction, Spanish writer Somoza's g...More

Caldecott Medal Winners
Click to search this book in our catalog The Man Who Walked Between the Towers
by Mordicai Gerstein

Publishers Weekly This effectively spare, lyrical account chronicles Philippe Petit's tightrope walk between Manhatt...More

Coretta Scott King Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog The Land
by Mildred Taylor

School Library Journal Gr 7-10-In this prequel to Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (Dial, 1976), readers meet th...More

Edgar Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Blue heaven
by C.J. Box.

Library Journal: Two young kids witness a backwoods execution-style murder in their rural Idaho hamlet. Worse yet, t...More
Horn Book Picture Book Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Traction Man is Here
by Mini Grey

Publishers Weekly : Starred Review. A cluttered house, lovingly rendered in comic-book panels by Grey (The Very S...More
Hugo Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Blue Mars
by Kim Stanley Robinson

Library Journal : This third book in Robinson's hard-science Mars trilogy follows 1992 Nebula winner Red Mars (LJ 11...More
Independent Booksellers List
Click to search this book in our catalog Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls
by David Sedaris

Book list Following his foray into animal fables, Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk (2010), Sedaris returns to his sign...More

Michael L. Printz Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog The First Part Last
by Angela Johnson

School Library Journal Gr 8 Up-In this lyrical novel, 16-year-old Bobby narrates his journey into teenage fatherhood,...More

National Book Critics Circle
Click to search this book in our catalog Time, Love, Memory
by Jonathan Weiner

Book list Geneticist Seymour Benzer is little known outside his specialty, but Weiner lifts him from obscurity in thi...More

National Science Teachers Association
Click to search this book in our catalog How to Clean a Hippopotamus
by Steve Jenkins and Robin Page

Publishers Weekly Who better than a husband and wife team to spotlight intriguing partnerships in nature? Am...More

New York Times Bestsellers
Click to search this book in our catalog Edge Of Eternity
by Ken Follett

Book list Those eagerly awaiting volume three of Follett's ambitious Century Trilogy will not be disappoi...More

Newbery Medal Winners
Click to search this book in our catalog Dear Mr. Henshaw
by Beverly Cleary

Publishers Weekly : This amusing, often touching series of letters from Leigh Botts to a children's book author he a...More
Oprah's Book Club
Click to search this book in our catalog Stolen Lives: Twenty Years in a Desert Jail
by Malika Oufkir

Publishers Weekly: While accounts of the unjust arrest and torture of political prisoners are by now common, we exp...More
Publishers Weekly
Click to search this book in our catalog Calico Joe
by John Grisham

Library Journal Growing up in Arkansas, Grisham dreamed of being a professional baseball player. Now, in his...More

Pulitzer Prize
Click to search this book in our catalog American Pastoral
by Philip Roth

Library Journal It's the Sixties, and hard-working, prosperous Seymour Levov has done everything right. S...More

Rebecca Caudill Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Eragon
by Christopher Paolini

Publishers Weekly Makeovers with Mass Appeal New editions spruce up popular titles and bestselling series. C...More

RITA Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog My Darling Caroline
by Adele Ashworth

Book list Caroline Grayson is a brilliant, independent nineteenth-century woman whose true passion is botany....More

Scientific America Young Readers Book Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Optical Tricks
by Walter Wick

Book list Gr. 3^-6. Using mirrors, lighting, shadows, and simple props, the photographer who gave us the I Sp...More

Spur Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog Wrango
by Brian Burks

Book list Gr. 5^-8. Basing his story on the early years of African American cowboy George McJunkin, Burks spi...More

The Man Booker Prize
Click to search this book in our catalog How Late It Was, How Late
by James Kelman

Publishers Weekly Set in Glasglow and written in dialect, Scottish novelist Kelman's controversial black ...More

World Fantasy Awards
Click to search this book in our catalog The Physiognomy
by Jeffrey Ford

Publishers Weekly Ruled by the Hitler-like Master Drachton Below according to the principles of Physiognomy (the &quo...More

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