Up All Night: A History of the National Book Award for Young People’s Literature July 11, 2013 – Posted in: Reading / Literacy – Tags:


The National Book Foundation has created an online exhibit featuring the 228 titles that have won or were nominated for the prestigious National Book Award in the Young People’s Literature category.

Beginning in 1969 with the first winner, Journey from Peppermint Street by  Meindert DeJong, to last year’s winner William Alexander for Goblin Secrets, Up All Night offers endless opportunities to find a quality read for both you and the kids. Not all are still in print but hopefully that will change soon.

journey from pepperment street


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