Volunteer State Book Award2019

Given by Tennessee Library Association

Outros Nomes: TASL Volunteer State Book Children's Choice Award (Inglês)
76 Works / 80 Items 70,423 Livros 3,321 Críticas 4.1
Purpose of the Award

The purpose of the Volunteer State Book Award is to promote awareness, interest, and enjoyment of recently published children's and young adult literature of high quality to mostrar mais the children and teens of Tennessee. The award also hopes to promote literacy and life‐long reading habits by encouraging students to read award‐worthy contemporary literature which broadens understanding of the human experience and provides accurate, factual information. This award will honor outstanding books chosen annually by Tennessee students.




Its Unique Feature

The Volunteer State Book Award differs from awards such as the Newbery and Caldecott Medals in that students choose the book which receives the award each year. Tennessee students from Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade read or have read to them at least three of the twenty titles on the annual master list. They then vote for their favorite book.





Who May Participate?

Any public or private school or public library in Tennessee is eligible to participate. It is not required that the entire school be involved. Each participating school or library system must have a minimum of twelve of the twenty titles per division available.




How Books are Chosen

Twenty books that appeal to students in each grade category are selected by professional librarians and educators who work continuously with students in grades K‐12. Four separate lists are compiled each year.

Books may be fiction or nonfiction.

Only one title of any one author will be included on that year's list.

Only titles published in the current year of voting will be eligible.

Only books by authors residing in the United States are eligible. Authors who reside part‐time in the US are also eligible to receive the award.

Textbooks, anthologies, translations, and books from foreign publishers are not eligible.

Titles from vanity publishers or that have been self‐published are not eligible. Titles that are available only in digital format are likewise not eligible.

All books on the final list will have been read by a minimum of five members of the committee.




How to Vote

Students who have read or had read to them a minimum of three of the twenty books will be allowed to vote.

The library media specialist or public librarian will conduct the voting.

Digital ballots will be posted on the VSBA website. There will be no paper ballots.

Voting opens March 1st and closes April 30th.
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Stages:
Todos, Winner (133), Nominee (1,204), No Stage (2)
Categorias:
Todos, Grades 10-12 (4), Grades 4-6 (24), Grades 7-12 (3), Grades 7-9 (4), Grades K-3 (25), High School (250), Intermediate (262), Middle School (250), Primary (289), Jovem Adulto (92), No Category (3)
Anos:
Todos, 2024 (80), 2023 (80), 2022 (81), 2021 (120), 2020 (80), 2019 (80), 2018 (80), 2017 (80), 2016 (80), 2015 (80), 2014 (80), 2013 (81), 2012 (65), 2011 (29), 2010 (3), 2009 (4), 2008 (5), 2007 (3), 2006 (3), 2005 (4), 2004 (3), 2003 (27), 2002 (5), 2001 (3), 2000 (3), 1999 (3), 1998 (3), 1997 (3), 1996 (3), 1995 (3), 1994 (3), 1993 (3), 1992 (4), 1991 (4), 1990 (4), 1989 (4), 1988 (1), 1987 (1), 1986 (1), 1985 (1), 1984 (1), 1983 (1), 1982 (1), 1981 (1), 1980 (1), 1979 (1)

Winner 4

Nominee 80

ObraCategoriaAno
Scythe por Neal ShustermanHigh School2019
The Forgetting por Sharon CameronHigh School2019
Caraval por Stephanie GarberHigh School2019
The Boys Who Challenged Hitler: Knud Pedersen and the Churchill Club por Phillip HooseHigh School2019
We Are the Ants por Shaun David HutchinsonHigh School2019
The Diabolic por S. J. KincaidHigh School2019
Character, Driven por David LubarHigh School2019
The Female of the Species por Mindy McGinnisHigh School2019
Burn Baby Burn por Meg MedinaHigh School2019
Wires and Nerve, Volume 1 por Marissa MeyerHigh School2019
The Borden Murders: Lizzie Borden and the Trial of the Century por Sarah MillerHigh School2019
Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood por Trevor NoahHigh School2019
Out of Darkness por Ashley Hope PérezHigh School2019
The Shadow Queen por C. J. RedwineHigh School2019
If I Was Your Girl por Meredith RussoHigh School2019
Written in the Stars por Aisha SaeedHigh School2019
This Savage Song por V.E. SchwabHigh School2019
Highly Illogical Behavior por John Corey WhaleyHigh School2019
The Sun is Also a Star por Nicola YoonHigh School2019
The Serpent King por Jeff ZentnerHigh School2019
Ghosts: A Graphic Novel por Raina TelgemeierIntermediate2019
Whoosh!: Lonnie Johnson's Super-Soaking Stream of Inventions por Chris BartonIntermediate2019
Soar por Joan BauerIntermediate2019
The Wolf's Boy por Susan Williams BeckhornIntermediate2019
Step Right Up: How Doc and Jim Key Taught the World about Kindness por Donna Janell BowmanIntermediate2019
The Wild Robot por Peter BrownIntermediate2019
Moo por Sharon CreechIntermediate2019
Nothing but Trouble por Jacqueline DaviesIntermediate2019
Raymie Nightingale por Kate DiCamilloIntermediate2019
Paper Things por Jennifer Richard JacobsonIntermediate2019
Skunked!: Calpurnia Tate, Girl Vet por Jacqueline KellyIntermediate2019
Slacker por Gordon KormanIntermediate2019
Curse of the Boggin (The Library Book 1) por D. J. MacHaleIntermediate2019
Brave Like My Brother por noblemanmarktylerIntermediate2019
Six Kids and a Stuffed Cat por Gary PaulsenIntermediate2019
Finding Fortune por Delia RayIntermediate2019
Towers Falling por Jewell Parker RhodesIntermediate2019
Fuzzy Mud por Louis SacharIntermediate2019
The Secret Horses of Briar Hill por Megan ShepherdIntermediate2019
Save Me a Seat por Sarah WeeksIntermediate2019
Scythe por Neal ShustermanMiddle School2019
Booked por Kwame AlexanderMiddle School2019
Ashes por Laurie Halse AndersonMiddle School2019
The Girl Who Drank the Moon por Kelly BarnhillMiddle School2019
The Forgetting por Sharon CameronMiddle School2019
Audacity por Melanie CrowderMiddle School2019
We Will Not Be Silent: The White Rose Student Resistance Movement That Defied Adolf Hitler por Russell FreedmanMiddle School2019
Scar Island por Dan GemeinhartMiddle School2019
Garvey's Choice por Nikki GrimesMiddle School2019
Mayday por Karen HarringtonMiddle School2019
Bubonic Panic: When Plague Invaded America por Gail JarrowMiddle School2019
Night on Fire por Ronald KiddMiddle School2019
Strong Inside (Young Readers Edition): The True Story of How Perry Wallace Broke College Basketball's Color Line por Andrew MaranissMiddle School2019
Wires and Nerve, Volume 1 por Marissa MeyerMiddle School2019
The Seventh Most Important Thing por Shelley PearsallMiddle School2019
Ghost por Jason ReynoldsMiddle School2019
Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race por Margot Lee ShetterlyMiddle School2019
Things Too Huge to Fix by Saying Sorry por Susan VaughtMiddle School2019
Save Me a Seat por Sarah WeeksMiddle School2019
Wolf Hollow por Lauren WolkMiddle School2019
I Yam a Donkey! por Cece BellPrimary2019
Ada Twist, Scientist por Andrea BeatyPrimary2019
Good Trick Walking Stick por Sheri M. BestorPrimary2019
Hammer and Nails por Josh BledsoePrimary2019
Our Great Big Backyard por Laura BushPrimary2019
Maybe Something Beautiful: How Art Transformed a Neighborhood por F. Isabel CampoyPrimary2019
The Bear Report por Thyra HederPrimary2019
Antsy Ansel : Ansel Adams, a Life in Nature por Cindy Jenson-ElliottPrimary2019
Ragweed's Farm Dog Handbook por Anne Vittur KennedyPrimary2019
Little Red Gliding Hood por Tara LazarPrimary2019
Ida, Always por Caron LevisPrimary2019
Hippos are Huge! por Jonathan LondonPrimary2019
At Marsh in Meadow por Jeanie MebanePrimary2019
The Quickest Kid in Clarksville por Pat Zietlow MillerPrimary2019
The Blobfish Book por Jessica OlienPrimary2019
Madeline Finn and the Library Dog por Lisa PappPrimary2019
School's First Day of School por Adam RexPrimary2019
Bob, Not Bob! por Liz Garton ScanlonPrimary2019
They All Saw a Cat por Brendan WenzelPrimary2019
The Friend Ship por Kat YehPrimary2019

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Purpose of the Award

The purpose of the Volunteer State Book Award is to promote awareness, interest, and enjoyment of recently published children's and young adult literature of high quality to the children and teens of Tennessee. The award also hopes to promote literacy and life‐long reading habits by encouraging students to read award‐worthy contemporary literature which broadens understanding of the human experience and provides accurate, factual information. This award will honor outstanding books chosen annually by Tennessee students.


Its Unique Feature

The Volunteer State Book Award differs from awards such as the Newbery and Caldecott Medals in that students choose the book which receives the award each year. Tennessee students from Kindergarten through Twelfth Grade read or have read to them at least three of the twenty titles on the annual master list. They then vote for their favorite book.


Who May Participate?

Any public or private school or public library in Tennessee is eligible to participate. It is not required that the entire school be involved. Each participating school or library system must have a minimum of twelve of the twenty titles per division available.


How Books are Chosen

Twenty books that appeal to students in each grade category are selected by professional librarians and educators who work continuously with students in grades K‐12. Four separate lists are compiled each year.

Books may be fiction or nonfiction.

Only one title of any one author will be included on that year's list.

Only titles published in the current year of voting will be eligible.

Only books by authors residing in the United States are eligible. Authors who reside part‐time in the US are also eligible to receive the award.

Textbooks, anthologies, translations, and books from foreign publishers are not eligible.

Titles from vanity publishers or that have been self‐published are not eligible. Titles that are available only in digital format are likewise not eligible.

All books on the final list will have been read by a minimum of five members of the committee.


How to Vote

Students who have read or had read to them a minimum of three of the twenty books will be allowed to vote.

The library media specialist or public librarian will conduct the voting.

Digital ballots will be posted on the VSBA website. There will be no paper ballots.

Voting opens March 1st and closes April 30th.

(English, Award granter)
URL: https://sites.google.com/view/volunteer-state-book-award/resources/helpful-tools/vsba-guidelines
Sponsored by the Tennessee Library Association and the Tennessee Association of School Librarians. (English, Member-written)
The purpose of the Volunteer State Book Award is to promote awareness, interest, and enjoyment of good new children's and young adult literature. The award also hopes to promote literacy and life-long reading habits by encouraging students to read quality contemporary literature which broadens understanding of the human experience and provides accurate, factual information. This award will honor outstanding books chosen annually by Tennessee students.
http://www.discoveret.org/tasl/vsba.htm (English, Member-written)

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