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So far this year I've read The Graveyard Book (2009 Winner) and Miss Hickory (1947 Winner).
Some of my all time favorites are A Wrinkle in Time (1963 Winner), The Egypt Game (1968 Honor), Enchantress from the Stars (1971 Honor), and The Witch of Blackbird Pond (1959 Winner).
There are (only) 88 Medal winners :) Many of those are not too hard to come by. You can probably find at least 70 of them without much effort. Of course, finding the time to read them all is another thing entirely!
I own 160 honor winners and all 88 medal winners. But I have only read 26 or 27 of those 248 books. Since I am trying to read some to the kids and have them read some on their own, I am ending up reading them myself at the kids pace.
I hope you have fun reading the ones you find, when you can :)
WOW.. You own 160 honor winners and all 88 medal winners! That is an amazing library.
I'm looking forward to this challenge. As a member of the 75 book challenge group, one of the people there , Famultsee, got me hooked on YA books and I'm now officially addicted to them.
I'm currently reading A View From Saturday and this is a book also recommended by my friend (mentioned above)
I babble so much. I have a REALLY lot of books anyway, so having less than 300 of them be Newbery winners isn't all that much, less than 3% of my library.
The YA section is my favorite part of the library... right up there with the children's section. My library has several shelves of Newbery winners, too, but they're in a weird place in the kids' section by the family movies. I think they should be more prominently placed.
I went to the library yesterday and brought home Kira-Kira, which I'm excited for.
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