Nēnē AwardWinner

Given by Hawai'i Library Association, Children and Youth Section

Altres noms: Nene Award (Anglès)
64 obres 517,069 Llibres 13,022 Ressenyes 4.0

Each spring Hawaiʻi's fourth through sixth grade students vote for the best chapter book and best graphic novel they have read from a list of 30 nominees compiled by a group of public and school

mostra'n més librarians. mostra'n menys
Stages:
Tots, Winner (64), Nominee (656)
Categories:
Tots, Ficció (4), Graphic Novel (4), No Category (56)
Years:
Tots, 2023 (2), 2022 (2), 2021 (2), 2020 (2), 2019 (1), 2018 (1), 2017 (1), 2016 (1), 2015 (1), 2014 (1), 2013 (1), 2012 (2), 2011 (1), 2010 (1), 2009 (1), 2008 (1), 2007 (1), 2006 (1), 2005 (1), 2004 (1), 2003 (1), 2002 (1), 2001 (1), 2000 (1), 1999 (1), 1998 (1), 1997 (1), 1996 (1), 1995 (1), 1994 (1), 1993 (1), 1992 (1), 1991 (1), 1990 (1), 1989 (1), 1988 (1), 1987 (1), 1986 (1), 1985 (1), 1984 (1), 1983 (1), 1982 (1), 1981 (1), 1980 (1), 1979 (1), 1978 (1), 1977 (1), 1976 (1), 1975 (1), 1974 (1), 1973 (1), 1972 (1), 1971 (1), 1970 (1), 1969 (1), 1968 (1), 1966 (1), 1965 (1), 1964 (1)

Winner 64

ObraCategoriaAny
Small Spaces de Katherine ArdenFiction2023
Allergic de Megan Wagner LloydGraphic Novel2023
Restart de Gordon KormanFiction2022
Twins de Varian JohnsonGraphic Novel2022
Front Desk de Kelly YangFiction2021
New Kid de Jerry CraftGraphic Novel2021
The Wild Robot de Peter BrownFiction2020
The Cardboard Kingdom de Chad SellGraphic Novel2020
The Terrible Two de Mac Barnett2019
El Deafo de Cece Bell2018
Roller Girl de Victoria Jamieson2017
Smile de Raina Telgemeier2016
Wonder de R. J. Palacio2015
The Strange Case of Origami Yoda de Tom Angleberger2014
Middle School, The Worst Years of My Life de James Patterson2013
The Lemonade War de Jacqueline Davies2012
La invenció de l'Hugo Cabret de Brian Selznick2012
NERDS: National Espionage, Rescue, and Defense Society de Michael Buckley2011
Found de Margaret Peterson Haddix2010
Cor de tinta de Cornelia Funke2009
The Lightning Thief de Rick Riordan2008
A Boy at War: A Novel of Pearl Harbor de Harry Mazer2007
Eragon de Christopher Paolini2006
Because of Winn-Dixie de Kate DiCamillo2005
Double Fudge de Judy Blume2004
The Bad Beginning de Lemony Snicket2003
Bud, Not Buddy de Christopher Paul Curtis2002
Clots de Louis Sachar2001
Harry Potter i la Pedra Filosofal de J. K. Rowling2000
The Best School Year Ever de Barbara Robinson1999
Under the Blood-Red Sun de Graham Salisbury1998
Ghosts In The Fourth Grade de Constance Hiser1997
Maniac Magee de Jerry Spinelli1996
My Teacher Is an Alien de Bruce Coville1995
Shiloh de Phyllis Reynolds Naylor1994
Fudge-a-Mania de Judy Blume1993
The Whipping Boy de Sid Fleischman1992
Hi ha un nen al lavabo de les nenes de Louis Sachar1991
Fudge de Charlotte Towner Graeber1990
Dear Mr. Henshaw de Beverly Cleary1989
You Shouldn't Have to Say Good-Bye de Patricia Hermes1988
Karen Kepplewhite Is the World's Best Kisser de Eve Bunting1987
Be a Perfect Person in Just Three Days! de Stephen Manes1986
Jelly Belly de Robert Kimmel Smith1985
Nothing's Fair in Fifth Grade de Barthe DeClements1984
Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery de Deborah Howe1983
Superfudge de Judy Blume1982
My Robot Buddy de Alfred Slote1981
The Cat Ate My Gymsuit de Paula Danziger1980
Ramona and Her Father de Beverly Cleary1979
Charlie i el gran ascensor de vidre de Roald Dahl1978
Quin dia tan bèstia! de Mary Rodgers1977
How to Eat Fried Worms de Thomas Rockwell1976
Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret de Judy Blume1975
Joan Salvador Gavina de Richard Bach1974
Sounder de William H. Armstrong1973
Runaway Ralph de Beverly Cleary1972
Ramona the Pest de Beverly Cleary1971
Henry Reed's Baby-Sitting Service de Keith Robertson1970
The Mouse and the Motorcycle de Beverly Cleary1969
Ribsy de Beverly Cleary1968
Old Yeller de Fred Gipson1966
Mary Poppins de P. L. Travers1965
Island of the Blue Dolphins de Scott O'Dell1964

Descripcions

Each spring Hawaiʻi's fourth through sixth grade students vote for the best chapter book and best graphic novel they have read from a list of 30 nominees compiled by a group of public and school librarians.

(English, Award granter)
URL: https://www.neneaward.org/
History of the Hawai'i State Reading Award Each year, Hawaii's elementary and middle school children vote for their favorite fiction book and present the author with the prized Nēnē Award. This is an exciting time filled with reading and sharing, and voting for the best. The award began in 1959 when third graders at the University Elementary Lab School decided to create a book award. The Nēnē Goose, Hawaii's State Bird, was chosen for the award's motif. That year, the children selected The Blue Mountain by Beth Lewis as the first winner of the fledgling Nēnē Award. The guidelines for nominated titles were designed by the children themselves: What is the best book you have read? Would many children enjoy reading this book? Does the book have an interesting story (plot), good writing (style) to help in the enjoyment of the reading and memorable characters (people or animals)? Does the book have something important to say (theme)? Is the author living? By 1963, the idea had spread to other schools throughout Hawai'i and the first state-wide Nēnē Award was presented in 1964 to author Scott O'Dell for Island of the Blue Dolphins. Ever since that time more children participate each year. Children in public and private schools and in public libraries read and vote. The award is sponsored by the Hawai'i Library Association's Children and Youth Section, the Hawai'i Association of School Librarians, the Hawai'i State Public Library System, and the Department of Education. The winning authors have been visiting Hawai'i since 1994 -- Phyllis Naylor (Shiloh), Bruce Coville (My Teacher is an Alien), Jerry Spinelli (Maniac Magee), Constance Hiser (Ghosts in Fourth Grade), Graham Salisbury (Under the Blood-Red Sun) and Barbara Robinson (Best School Year Ever). The authors meet with the children who voted for their books and announce the next year's Nēnē Award winner. In 2003, Christopher Paul Curtis entertained the children of Hawai'i by sharing stories about his 2002 Nēnē Award winner, Bud not Buddy. Kate DiCamillo, 2005 Nēnē winner, delighted the audience with her witty banter at the Award Ceremony honoring her book Because of Winn-Dixie. 2009 Nēnē winner Cornelia Funke, author of Inkheart, made an appearance, as did 2010 Nēnē winner, Margaret Peterson Haddix, author of the book Found. The 2011 Nēnē winner, Michael Buckley, author of NERDS, entertained with a lengthy question and answer session. Both the 2012 winners, Brian Selznick and Jacqueline Davies, (an unprecedented tie!) bid fair to follow the trend, as they have tentatively agreed to speak at the 2013 Nēnē Award Ceremony in April 2013. From 1964-1966, the Nene Nominee list was chosen by children in schools, using a variety of methods. Each school submitted one title, these titles were compiled into a ballot, and children voted on the ballot. From 1967-1972, there was no recommended list. Children were encouraged to vote directly, on any book they chose that met the established criteria. However, a significant number (about one-third) of votes cast were ineligible according to the criteria. In 1972, the Nene committee approved the idea of committee members compiling a recommended reading list, but reiterated that this list was not exclusive and children should NOT be limited to voting only for books on the list. Since then, a recommended list has been compiled each year. In recent years, it has gone back and forth between "write-ins allowed" to "write-ins welcome" (with a very high rate of ineligible votes) to "students are encouraged to recommend titles for next year's Suggested Reading List" since the major use of the write-in votes was to find eligible titles suitable to put on the next list. Nene Award-winning books have been selected after being added to the list because they received significant numbers of write-in votes. Selection now consists of the top "votegetters," and write-ins from the previous voting, and additional titles suggested by public and school librarians. Approximately 30 titles comprise the Suggested Reading List printed each year. For more information, email neneaward@gmail.com, write the Nēnē Award Committee c/o Hawai'i State Library, Children's Section at 478 South King Street, Honolulu, Hawai'i 96813 or call 808-586-3510. (English, Escrit per membres)

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