Get Your Cybils Nominations In!

Are you a reader of children’s and/or YA books?  Then get thee hence and nominate!  The Cybils awards are  now open to the public for nominations, and we’d love to see everyone’s favorite qualified titles make the lists that the judges will read through.  Rather than my usual Tuesday Ten I’m going to post a few speculative fiction titles that I have not seen on the list yet.  Many of these are books I’ve reviewed,  or things I’ve read, but there are plenty more out there!

Want to nominate one of the below titles? Have another title in mind?  Click on the link HERE and nominate it!

 

Mars Evacuees by Sophia McDougall (HarperCollins, February 2015)

MInrs by Kevin Sylvester (Margaret K. McElderry Books, September 2015)

 

Fires of Invention by J. Scott Savage (Shadow Mountain, Expected Publication, September 2015)

Lilliput by Sam Gayton, illustrated by Alice Ratterree (Peachtree Publishers,  Expected Publication, August 2015)

Cakes in Space by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre (Random House, May 2015)

Grounded: The Adventures of Rapunzel by Megan Morrison (Arthur A. Levine Books, April 2015)

The Arctic Code by Matthew J. Kirby (Balzer & Bray, April 2015)

Six by M. M. Vaughan (Margaret K. McElderry, May 2015)

A Riddle in Ruby by Kent Davis  (GreenWillow, September 2015)

School for Sidekicks by Kelly Mccullough (Feiwel & Friends, August 2015)

 

A Dragon’s Guide to the Care and Feeding of Humans by Laurence Yep & Joanne Ryder (Crown Books, March 2015)

Wonder at the Edge of the World by Nicole Helget (Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, April 2015)

The Sign of the Cat by Lynne Jonell (Henry Holt & Co., June 2015)

The Lost Prince by Matt MyKlusch (Egmont USA, April 2015)

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About Stephanie Whelan

I'm a children's librarian with a life-long love of all things science fiction and fantasy.

Posted on October 6, 2015, in General Posts, Lists and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Just wanted to know you are still my best resource for book recommendations for my now almost nine year old daughter! I read your blog while simultaneously reserving as many of your recommendations from the library as possible. Thank you.

  1. Pingback: This week’s round-up of middle grade fantasy and sci fi from around the blogs (10/11/15) « Teens Update

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