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Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6
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Newbery Medal - An Introduction for Grades 4-6

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  • 1. The best book written for children
  • 2. Newbery Award Named for British bookseller John Newbery Given annually since 1922 Given to the author of the most “distinguished” contribution to children’s literature
  • 3. Going for the BRONZE!!!! Newbery Medal is bronze Winner’s name & date are engraved on the back Actual medal given to author Replica placed on the book
  • 4. Who selects the winner? •Association for Library Service to Children •Division of American Library Association
  • 5. 2012 Dead End in Norvelt By Jack Gantos
  • 6. Inside Out & Back Again By: Thanhha Lai Breaking Stalin’s Nose By Eugene Velchin This is on order!

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