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September 27, 2008

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Vicki Sansum

I nominate Man in The Moon by Dotti Enderle for the Middle-Grade Fiction category.

Mona Vensky

I would like to nominate The Shape of Water by Anne Spollen in the YA category.

Kristin Walker

I nominate Samantha Hansen Has Rocks in Her Head by Nancy Viau (Middle Grade Novel category).

Lauren Coleman

I nominate Divine Matchup by Jacquelin Thomas

Kristin Walker

I'm sorry, I put my above nomination in the wrong place. I have moved it to the Middle Grade Fiction post, so please disregard my above comment. Sorry!

Kim Baccellia

I'd like to nominate DEAD GIRL WALKING by Linda Singleton for the fantasy/sci-fi category.

Kim Baccellia

I'd like to nominate Rembrandt and the Boy Who Drew Dogs A Story about Rembrandt van Rijn by Molly Blaisdell for the non-fiction picture books category.

Rachel R.

I would like to nominate Rumors By: Anna Godberson

Selena Lay

I would like to nominate Josh's Halloween Pumpkin by Kathryn Lay in the fiction picture book category

Diane Davis

I nominate PRISCILLA AND THE HOLLYHOCKS by Anne Broyles for a Cybill Award (Picture Book Fiction).

Debra Breithaupt

I nominate THE CASE OF THE BIZARRE BOUQUETS by Nancy Springer for YA fiction.

Marjorie

Can I just ask for clarification - and sorry, if I'm being very slow but can any individual nominate books or will we have to fight it out among ourselves at PaperTigers as to which books our blog is going to nominate?!?

Monique Raphel High

I nominate "I Am SO Not A Pop Star!" by Kimberly Greene, Usborne, September 2008, in the Middle-Grade Novel category.

Milou

Hi,
I just want to say - I like your Web awards for children's literature. It's a great idea and I will support you on my blog:-)

Have a great day,
Milou
http://poetry4kids.wordpress.com/

Holly DeLanoy

I would like to nominate: Lemon the Duck, by Laura Backman in the picture book category.

Deborah Smith, Editor

I nominate BITE ME, by Parker Blue, in the science fiction and fantasy category.

Leeann

I nominate "The Adventures of Seamus the Sheltie" by James Beverly.

Destined to become a classic it has already won national Adding Wisdom Awards.

Talia

I'd like to nominate "Partners in Time #4: Family Matters" by Kristen Sheley (Young Adult novels category).

Fred Granek

I nominate Breathing Soccer, a middle grade fiction written by Debbie Spring and published by Thistledown Press in 2008.

Kelly Fineman

MARJORIE: It's a per person nomination process, not per blog.

Elysabeth Eldering

So going on the per person nomination - can we nominate our own books or do we need to get someone else to nominate our books? I'm confused. I just found out yesterday that the nominations were open and two weeks just doesn't seem enough time and with no warning prior to this that the nominations were coming up. I'm new to all this so please bear with me. Thanks - E :)

cloudscome

Could I make a suggestion? I would help so much if we had a post with a list of all the books that have been nominated so far. If every catagory would do that it would make it really easy for people to know what needs to be added. That way we wouldn't waste our nomination posts and we wouldn't be so likely to miss important books. It's a headache I know, but maybe the committees would be willing to take it up this weekend? With only a few days left it would be great to have on Monday.

Marjorie

Thank you, Kelly. I can't believe it's taken me a week to come back and check - but I have been thinking and we will put our heads together to make sure we get our nominations in!

Vera Nazarian

I nominate A STRANGER TO COMMAND by Sherwood Smith, and A POSSE OF PRINCESSES by Sherwood Smith, both published by Norilana Books in 2008, both in the YA category.

Vera Nazarian

Oops, revising my nomination above, I nominate A STRANGER TO COMMAND by Sherwood Smith in the YA category, and A POSSE OF PRINCESSES by Sherwood Smith in the Middle Grade Novels category.

Both novels published by Norilana Books in 2008.

Regina A.

I nominate THE BROKEN MEOW, a fiction picture book written by Lauren Levine and illustrated by Simon Scales.

Mimi Schroeder

I would like to nominate TIM AND SALLY'S BEACH ADVENTURE for the fiction picture book award. It is written by Grady Thrasher and illustrated by Elaine Hearn Rabon. Pubbed in July 2008 by Hill Street Press.

eric shanower

I'd like to nominate A Very Improbable Story by Edward Einhorn (Charlesbridge) in the category of Fiction Picture Book.

Jennifer Glidden

Hi,
I work at Capstone Publishers and would like to nominate:
- Jack and the Beanstalk: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Novel category)
- The Battle of the Alamo: An Interactive History Adventure (Nonfiction Middle Grade Books category)
- Egypt in Colors (Nonfiction Picture Books category)
- A Fuzzy-Fast Blur: Poems about Pets (Poetry category)

J. Kaye Oldner

I'd like to nominate "Sister's of Misery" by Megan Kelley Hall in the YA category.

Amelia/Book Junkie

I nominate Sisters of Misery by Megan Kelley Hall in the Young Adult Fiction category.

Rebecca Walker

I'd like to nominate Cybele's Secret by Juliet Marillier in the sci-fi/fantasy category. I tried to post this in the right place, but the comment didn't appear, so I'm am trying to see if it works here.

Laura Fisher

I would like to nominate Go Home, Mrs. Beekman! by Ann Stampler in the fiction picture book category.

Maggie Leo

I would love to nominate Sisters of Misery by Megan Kelley Hall in the Young Adult Novels category.

Scott Heydt

I was browsing the Cybils website today and noticed that the book cover for my nominated book, O.Y.L. (Young Adult Fiction), was accidentally replaced by another author's cover. Is it possible to have this rectified? I'm happy to send a JPEG of the book cover to whoever is in charge of maintaining the site.

Many thanks,

Scott Heydt
"Live, Learn, Teach"
www.scotthbooks.com
scotthbooks@gmail.com

Lisa C

Every Soul a Star by Wendy Mass for Middle Grade Fiction

Kristine Michael

I nominate The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins for YA fantasy and science fiction

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Elena

I noticed that Alicia Afterimage was nominated
by Minerva66 on Oct. 11, but is not in any list
Why?

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