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An overview of the Iowa Children's Choice Award and the 2011-12 nominees.

An overview of the Iowa Children's Choice Award and the 2011-12 nominees.


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  • 1. Iowa Children’s Choice Award By Miranda Kral
  • 2. What is the Iowa Children’s Choice Award?
    • Annual book award voted on by children in Iowa
    • Purpose
      • “To encourage children to read more and better books.”
      • “To provide an avenue for positive dialogue between teachers, parents, and
      • children about books and authors.”
      • - “To give recognition to those who
      • write books for children.” (IASL)
  • 3. What is the Iowa Children’s Choice Award?
    • Selection Criteria for Books
      • Living author residing in U.S.
      • One book per author for awarding year
      • Reading and Interest level at grades 3-6
      • Published books within four years of awarding year
      • Master list consists of 15-25 titles
  • 4. What is the Iowa Children’s Choice Award?
    • Iowa Children’s Choice Award
    Resources for TLs Info on past years
  • 5. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Sorted by Genre
    • Realistic Fiction
    • Fantasy
    • Non-fiction
  • 6. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Realistic Fiction
      • Extra Credit by Andrew Clements
      • Liberty Porter, First Daughter by Julia DeVillers
      • The Gollywhopper Games by Jody Feldman
      • - Umbrella Summer by Lisa Graff
    http://web.mac.com/ juliagirlwise www.lisagraff.com
  • 7. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Realistic Fiction
      • Baseball Great by Tim Green
      • Schooled by Gordon Korman
      • Melonhead by Katy Kelly
      • The Dog Days of Charlotte Hayes by Marlane Kennedy
    www.timgreenbooks.com www.gordonkorman.com http://katykellyauthor.com
  • 8. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Realistic Fiction
      • Also Known as Harper by Ann Haywood Leal
      • Franny Parker by Hannah Roberts McKinnon
      • Emma-Jean Lazarus Fell Out of a Tree by Lauren Tarshis
      • - Oggie Cooder by Sarah Weeks
    www.annhaywoodleal.com www.hannahrobertsmckinnon.com www.laurentarshis.com www.sarahweeks.com
  • 9. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Fantasy
      • Masterpiece by Elise Broach
      • NERDS by Michael Buckley
      • Powerless by Matthew Cody
      • The Girl Who Could Fly by Victoria Forester
      • - The Garden of Eve by K.L. Going
    www.elisebroach.com www.booksofwonder.com www.matthewcody.com www.victoriaforester.com www.klgoing.com
  • 10. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Fantasy
      • Savvy by Ingrid Law
      • Everything for a Dog by Ann M. Martin
      • Tentacles by Roland Smith
      • 100 Cupboards by N.D. Wilson
    http://web.mac.com/ ingridlaw www.borders.com www.ndwilson.com
  • 11. 2011-12 Iowa Children’s Choice Award Nominees
    • Non-fiction
      • Smile by Raina Telgemeier
    http://goraina.com
  • 12. Rules for Student Voting
    • Voting occurs during spring of school year
    • Students must:
      • read or listen to at least two titles
      • vote for one title that they have read
  • 13. Rules for Student Voting
    • Student voting takes place on ballots created by individual schools
    • Reports on voting accepted on ICCA website
    Example Ballot
  • 14. Resources for Teacher Librarians
    • 2011-12 ICCA Nominee Bookmark (IASL)
  • 15. Resources for Teacher Librarians
    • 2011-12 ICCA Nominee Poster (IASL)
  • 16. References
    • (2009). Lisa Graff . Retrieved from http://www.lisagraff.com.
    • Ann Haywood Leal . Retrieved from http://www.annhaywoodleal.com.
    • Author Katy Kelly . Retrieved from http://katykellyauthor.com.
    • Books of wonder . (2006). Retrieved from http://www.booksofwonder.com.
    • Borders . (2011). Retrieved from http://www.borders.com.
    • Broach , E. (2008). Masterpiece . New York: Henry Holt Co.
    • Buckley, M. (2009). NERDS . New York: Amulet Books.
    • Clements, A. (2009). Extra credit . New York: Atheneum Books for Young Readers.
    • Cody, M. (2009). Powerless . New York: Knopf.
    • DeVillers, J. (2009). Liberty Porter, first daughter . New York: Aladdin.
    • Elsie Broach author . Retrieved from http://www.elisebroach.com.
    • Feldman, J. (2008). The gollywhopper games . New York: Greenwillow Books.
    • Forester, V. (2009). The girl who could fly . New York: Feiwel & Friends.
    • Going, K.L. (2007). The garden of eve . Orlando: Harcourt.
    • Graff, L. (2009). Umbrella summer . New York: Laura Geringer Books.
    • Green, T. (2009). Baseball great . New York: HarperCollinsPublishers.
    • Hannah Roberts McKinnon . Retrieved from http://www.hannahrobertsmckinnon.com.
    • · IASL. ICCA . Retrieved from http://awards.iasl.iowapages.org.
    • · Ingrid Law . Retrieved from http://web.mac.com/ingridlaw.
    • · Julia Devillers . Retrieved from http://web.mac.com/juliagirlwise.
  • 17. References
    • King, R. (2009). Go Raina! . Retrieved from http://goraina.com.
    • KLGoing.com . Retrieved from http://www.klgoing.com.
    • Kelly, K. (2009). Melonhead . New York: Delacorte Press.
    • Kennedy, M. (2009). The dog days of Charlotte Hayes . New York: Greenwillow Books.
    • Korman, G. (2008). Schooled . New York: Hyperion Paperbacks for Children.
    • Lauren Tarshis . Retrieved from http://www.laurentarshis.com.
    • Law, I. (2008). Savvy . New York: Dial Books for Young Readers.
    • Leal, A.H. (2009). Also known as Harper . New York: Henry Holt & Co.
    • Martin, A.M. (2009). Everything for a dog . New York: Feiwel & Friends.
    • Matthew Cody author . Retrieved from http://www.matthewcody.com.
    • McKinnon, H.R. (2009). Franny Parker . New York: Farrar, Straus, & Giroux.
    • NDW . Retrieved from http://www.ndwilson.com.
    • The official Gordon Korman website . Retrieved from http://www.gordonkorman.com.
    • Smith, R. (2009). Tentacles . New York: Scholastic.
    • Tarshis, L. (2007). Emma-Jean Lazarus fell out of a tree . New York: Dial Books for Young Readers.
    • Telgemeier, R. (2010). Smile . New York: Graphix.
    • Tim Green . (2011). Retrieved from http://www.timgreenbooks.com.
    • · Victoria Forester . Retrieved from http://www.victoriaforester.com.
    • · Weeks, S. (2010). Sarah Weeks author . Retrieved from http://www.sarahweeks.com.
    • · Weeks, S. (2008). Oggie Cooder . New York: Scholastic.
    • · Wilson, N.D. (2007). 100 cupboards . New York: Random House.