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October 01, 2007

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Liz B

Flora Segunda by Ysabeau Wilce

Sarah Miller

Book of a Thousand Days, by Shannon Hale

Kelly Fineman

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by J.K. Rowling, Scholastic.

Kim Baccellia

Hallowmere-In the Serpent's Coils by Tiffany Trent

Liz Jones

Wicked Lovely, Melissa Marr

LIbby

Un Lun Dun, China Mieville, Del Rey

Angelika Ranger

Hallowmere - In the Serpents' Coils by Tiffany Trent

Heather Turner

Flora Segunda: Being the Magickal Mishaps of a Girl of Spirit, Her Glass-Gazing Sidekick, Two Ominous Butlers (One Blue), a House with Eleven Thousand Rooms, and a Red Dog
by Ysabeau S. Wilce

Sheila Ruth

Angelika and Heather: The books you nominated have already been nominated, so your nominations don't count. Would you like to nominate something else.

Everyone: please note that duplicate nominations do not help a book at all! It's not a vote. We consider each book nominated on its own merits. So please check the previous nominations before you nominate! Otherwise, you could be wasting your nomination. Thanks!

Elizabeth

Silver World by Cliff McNish

Jennifer R

Ironside by Holly Black

Chris

Fablehaven: Rise of the Evening Star by Brandon Mull

Kirsten Cutler

Emmy and the Incredible Shrinking Rat by Lynne Jonell, published by Henry Holt and Company

Jone

Faeries of Dreamdark: Blackbringer by Laini Taylor

Brooke

It's books published in the U.S. in 2007, right? If that's so, then my nomination is:

The New Policeman
by Kate Thompson

(Mmmm. Delicious Irish music. Mmmm.)

Chris

Nightwalker by K.V. Johansen
Published 2007 by Orca

Peter

Rats Saw God, by Rob Thomas

Leah Burnson

Eclipse
by Stephenie Meyer

Sheila Ruth

Brooke, it's not just books published in the U.S. Books published in English anywhere in the world are eligible (as long as we can get copies to the panelists to evaluate them). They do have to be 2007 books, though.

Andrea Ross

"The Call to Shakabaz" by Amy Wachspress

Molly Blaisdell

Dragon's Keep by Janet Lee Carey

Kimber An

GAMES OF COMMAND by Linnea Sinclair

Kimber An

My nominee GAMES OF COMMAND is an adult book, not Young Adult. So, if this is restricted to YA and younger, you should remove it.

Sheila Ruth

Hi Kimber,

Yes, nominees should be YA or younger. We realize that there are many crossover books, but we really want to recognize the excellence in writing that exists in the children's and YA areas.

Do you want to nominate something else?

Lena Coakley

Peeps by Scott Westerfield

Jen

Jinx by Meg Cabot

Lena Coakley

Oops. Sorry, that wasn't 2007. Instead I will nominate Darkwing by Kenneth Oppel.

Melissa

The Titan's Curse, Rick Riordan

Deck Deckert

"The Gift of the Unmage" (Worldweavers #1) by Alma Alexander

Deck Deckert

"The Gift of the Unmage" (Worldweavers #1) by Alma Alexander

The Bibliophile

The King of Attolia, Megan Whalen Turner

The Bibliophile

D'oh! Just realized that my choice was actually published in hardcover in 2006...How about Book of a Thousand Days by Shannon Hale.

sarah

Into the Wild by Sarah Beth Durst

Laurie

First Light by Rebecca Stead

Sarah (a. fortis)

The Land of the Silver Apples by Nancy Farmer

Mark Blevis

Kendra Kandlestar and the Door to Unger by Lee Edward Fodi.

Molly

Gray/Guardians by Kathy Porter

Molly

Gray/Guardians by Kathy Porter

Ren

Tattoo by Jennifer Lynn Barnes

Anne-Marie - A Readable Feast

Defect by Will Weaver, though maybe this is more in the YA fiction category?

Peter

I'm smart. Rats Saw God belongs in YA fiction. Can I nominate "Blood Bound" by Patricia Briggs instead?

Gina MarySol Ruiz

Not sure if King of Attolia qualifies but if it does - that's my nom

Beppie

"Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer should be nominated

Sheila Ruth

Anne-Marie, I haven't read Defect, but from the description it does sound like it belongs here.

Peter, thanks for changing your nomination. Not only does Rats Saw God belong in YA, but it was also originally published in 1996, so it isn't eligible anyway.

Gina, I'm really sorry, but King of Attolia was published last year, so it isn't eligible. Would you like to nominate something else?

Beppie, Twilight wasn't published this year, so it isn't eligible, and Eclipse has already been nominated. Is there another book that you'd like to nominate?

Thanks to everyone for the nominations! Keep 'em coming!

Kelly

Skulduggery Pleasant! I can't believe it's not on here yet :)

Kelly

Skulduggery Pleasant! I can't believe it's not on here yet :)

Jaye Lew Greene

SENSITIVE by Nina Wright (Flux)

jennifer, aka literaticat

THE TRUE MEANING OF SMEKDAY by Adam Rex

Jennifer

The Alchemyst : The Secrets of the Immortal Nicholas Flamel

Ally Cowee

City of Bones by Cassandra Clare

Beautifully written, gritty, urban setting, complex and relate-able main characters, excellent villains, and some truly original world-building!

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