Amelia Bloomer Project finds books that encourage and inspire girls to be smart, brave, and proud. Selected by librarians on the Feminist Task Force of the Social Responsibilities Round Table of the American Library Association.
Award-Winning Teen Audio Books selected by YALSA and the American Library Association, as well as the Audio Publishers Association.
Coretta Scott King Award for older readers. Books by African American authors and illustrators for outstanding inspirational and educational contributions. Selected by EMIERT of the American Library Association.
Maud Hart Lovelace Award Best books chosen by Minnesota students in grades 6-8 each year. See the Division II Current Nominees to pick your vote for this year!
Michael L. Printz Award Given to the best-written teen books of the year by the Young Adult Library Services Association in honor of school librarian Printz.
Newbery Medal The best children's books selected by ALSC of the American Library Association.
Pura Belpré Award for older readers and for students of all ages, co-sponsored by ALSC and REFORMA of the American Library Association and given to the best books created by writers and illustrators of Latino culture.
Robert F. Sibert Informational Book Medal honors the best Nonfiction books of the year, selected by ALSC of the American Library Association.
Schneider Family Book Award for older readers honors authors and illustrators who portray the experiences of children and teens with disabilities. Selected by the American Library Association.
YALSA Excellence in Nonfiction Award The best nonfiction published for teens selected by the YALSA of the American Library Association.