Award Winning Books Reading Challenge

1 Award Winning Challenge

I am joining the Award Winning Books Reading Challenge for 2013. I’m joining a little late in the Challenge, but expect I can, maybe, go for the Silver Medal of 11 – 25 books, or maybe even strive for the Gold Medal of 26 – 35 books. I will go as far as I can.
I will be reading childrenโ€™s and YA book awards from different parts of the globe. Library Quine from Loons and Quines has also provided an updated version from the web site of the Book Trust (UK) which provides links to newer UK awards. I will be reading books with Carnegie and Kate Greenway Awards, and check the lists at The Scottish Book Trust for Scottish awards.
Other examples would include the Newbery and Caldecott Honor/Medal from the United States, the Pura Belpre, Coretta Scott King Award, Jane Addams Childrenโ€™s Book Award, Michael J. Printz Award, Cybils Awards among others.
I’m looking forward to participating in this challenge.
Visit: If you would like to participate also.

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  1. This looks awesome. I’m checking out the site. Wishing you all the best with this challenge. Have a great week.


      1. I took a look at the site. It’s too challenging for me what with only a few months left. I do hope it’s an annual thing, I would like to give it a run next year, I like the way its set up ๐Ÿ™‚
        I hope you’ll have fun! I’ll catch up with how you’re doing with the challenge on your blog.


      2. That’s good news then. I’ll make a note of it for the end-year-planning I do. Thanks again for sharing about it.


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