Volunteer State Book Award2022

Given by Tennessee Library Association

Altres noms: TASL Volunteer State Book Children's Choice Award (Anglès)
76 obres / 81 Items 35,194 Llibres 1,492 Ressenyes 4.2
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 mostra'n més 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.
mostra'n menys
Stages:
Tots, Winner (133), Nominee (1,204), No Stage (2)
Categories:
Tots, 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), Juvenil (92), No Category (3)
Years:
Tots, 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 81

ObraCategoriaAny
The Inheritance Games de Jennifer Lynn BarnesHigh School2022
Clap When You Land de Elizabeth AcevedoHigh School2022
The Light in Hidden Places de Sharon CameronHigh School2022
We Are Not Free de Traci CheeHigh School2022
Flamer de Mike CuratoHigh School2022
Dancing at the Pity Party de Tyler FederHigh School2022
The Black Kids de Christina Hammonds ReedHigh School2022
They Went Left de Monica HesseHigh School2022
Raybearer de Jordan IfuekoHigh School2022
Grown de Tiffany D. JacksonHigh School2022
This Is My America de Kim JohnsonHigh School2022
The Extraordinaries de TJ KluneHigh School2022
Elatsoe de Darcie Little BadgerHigh School2022
Be Not Far From Me de Mindy McGinnisHigh School2022
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning de Jason ReynoldsHigh School2022
Today Tonight Tomorrow de Rachel Lynn SolomonHigh School2022
Cemetery Boys de Aiden ThomasHigh School2022
Concrete Rose de Angie ThomasHigh School2022
We Are Not from Here de Jenny Torres SanchezHigh School2022
Dragon Hoops de Gene Luen YangHigh School2022
My Life as a Potato de Arianne CostnerIntermediate2022
A Place to Hang the Moon de Kate AlbusIntermediate2022
The Girl and the Witch's Garden de Erin BowmanIntermediate2022
Efren Divided de Ernesto CisnerosIntermediate2022
Scritch Scratch de Lindsay CurrieIntermediate2022
Five Things About Ava Andrews de Margaret DillowayIntermediate2022
Shine! de J. J. GrabensteinIntermediate2022
The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read de Rita Lorraine HubbardIntermediate2022
When Stars Are Scattered de Victoria JamiesonIntermediate2022
Show Me a Sign de Ann Clare LeZotteIntermediate2022
Glitch de Laura MartinIntermediate2022
A Field Guide to Getting Lost de Joy McCulloughIntermediate2022
Prairie Lotus de Linda Sue ParkIntermediate2022
City Spies de James PontiIntermediate2022
Black Brother, Black Brother de Jewell Parker RhodesIntermediate2022
The Elephant's Girl de Celesta RimingtonIntermediate2022
Swish!: The Slam-Dunking, Alley-Ooping, High-Flying Harlem Globetrotters de Suzanne SladeIntermediate2022
August Isle de Ali StandishIntermediate2022
Brave Like That de Lindsey StoddardIntermediate2022
Tune It Out de Jamie SumnerIntermediate2022
Ways to Make Sunshine de Renée WatsonIntermediate2022
Amari and the Night Brothers de B. B. AlstonMiddle School2022
The Canyon's Edge de Dusti BowlingMiddle School2022
Fighting Words de Kimberly Brubaker BradleyMiddle School2022
King and the Dragonflies de Kacen CallenderMiddle School2022
Dress Coded de Carrie FirestoneMiddle School2022
Wink de Rob HarrellMiddle School2022
Hide and Seeker de Daka HermonMiddle School2022
When Stars Are Scattered de Victoria JamiesonMiddle School2022
You Should See Me in a Crown de Leah JohnsonMiddle School2022
Stand Up, Yumi Chung! de Jessica KimMiddle School2022
The Magic Fish: A Graphic Novel de Trung Le NguyenMiddle School2022
Becoming Muhammad Ali de James PattersonMiddle School2022
City Spies de James PontiMiddle School2022
Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You: A Remix of the National Book Award-winning Stamped from the Beginning de Jason ReynoldsMiddle School2022
Black Brother, Black Brother de Jewell Parker RhodesMiddle School2022
How We Got to the Moon: The People, Technology, and Daring Feats of Science Behind Humanity's Greatest Adventure de John RoccoMiddle School2022
Mañanaland de Pam Muñoz RyanMiddle School2022
A Wish in the Dark de Christina SoontornvatMiddle School2022
Echo Mountain de Lauren WolkMiddle School2022
Before the Ever After de Jacqueline WoodsonMiddle School2022
The Couch Potato (The Food Group) de Jory JohnPrimary2022
I Am Every Good Thing de Derrick BarnesPrimary2022
If You Come to Earth de Sophie BlackallPrimary2022
The Voice that Won the Vote: How One Woman's Words Made History de Elisa BoxerPrimary2022
Milo Imagines the World de Matt de la PeñaPrimary2022
Oona de Kelly DiPucchioPrimary2022
Honeybee: The Busy Life of Apis Mellifera de Candace FlemingPrimary2022
The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read de Rita Lorraine HubbardPrimary2022
I Promise de LeBron JamesPrimary2022
See the Cat: Three Stories About a Dog de David LaRochellePrimary2022
Lift de Minh LêPrimary2022
My Brother the Duck de Pat Zietlow MillerPrimary2022
Welcoming Elijah: A Passover Tale with a Tail de Lesléa NewmanPrimary2022
Hike de Pete OswaldPrimary2022
Speak Up de Miranda PaulPrimary2022
Old Rock (is not boring) de Deb PiluttiPrimary2022
Rescuing Mrs. Birdley de Aaron ReynoldsPrimary2022
Mel Fell de Corey R. TaborPrimary2022
There is a Rainbow de Theresa TrinderPrimary2022
The Blue House de Phoebe WahlPrimary2022

Descripcions

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, Escrit per membres)
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, Escrit per membres)

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