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Karen Yarbrough 5 Feb 18
A genuine modern Tale of Faery
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Susannah Goldstein 12 Feb 18
Oh my fucking god, . Well played, Printz committee!
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Kim Sigle Jun 24
“Shout out to young women who save themselves.” -EA.
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Holly M. McGhee 22 Jun 18
Oldest and i happened to run into at the awards just now 😍😍
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Sarah Krajewski 📚💙💛 Jan 27
I couldn’t guess for the so I’m thinking one of these:
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Mary McCoy Jan 28
When your cool librarian friend at ALA sends you a picture of The Biggest Thing That’s Ever Happened In Your Literary Life. 😻⚡️😻
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Rob Overy 12 Feb 18
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LéRef_Printz Feb 11
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Karen (on a baby break) Ginman 22 Jun 18
Let’s the celebration begin!
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Katherine Nelson Jan 28
One of my favorite books of the year was I, Claudia by . So pleased to see it recognized as a honoree!
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Dani Crickman Jan 28
None of the honors were on my radar, and I LOVE THAT. Thankful for the intro to new books
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Iva-Marie Palmer Jan 28
I devoured 's I, CLAUDIA last year and this honor is so entirely on the money. This is a book I've been recommending to everyone, from do-gooders to r*tfuckers.
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Danielle Jones Jan 27
OMG y'all - we have a 2019 winner! Be sure to find out all the glory here! I am so so excited!
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sarahdessen Jan 28
I have not yet read THE POET X but now I am even more pumped.
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CrazyQuiltEdi Jan 28
THE POET X!!!!! !! Congratulations
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ᴇʀɪɴ ᴇɴᴛʀᴀᴅᴀ ᴋᴇʟʟʏ 13 Feb 18
Here I am celebrating with Cathy at ! And I picked up the award winner!
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Varian Johnson 12 Feb 18
WE ARE OKAY!!!!!! My favorite book of the year. Congrats,
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Carrie Kausch Jun 24
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The Horn Book 12 Feb 18
As promised: the reviews of the , , , , , , and winners!
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Elisa Gall Jun 24
hey - does anyone know if you can sit in back of the speeches for free like you can for Newbery-Caldecott-Legacy?
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