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October 01, 2008

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Natasha @ Maw Books

Rapunzel's Revenge by Shannon Hale

Melissa

Can I nominate Coraline, Neil Gaiman/P. Craig Russell

Kelly Fineman

Coraline being taken, I'll nominate The Mystery of the Fool and the Vanisher by David Ellwand and Ruth Ellwand.

Scope Notes

"Jellaby" by Kean Soo

Sam Boswell

"Li'l Kids" by Von Allan (ISBN:
978-0-9781237-0-3). Excellent collection of short stories; available as a bound edition or e-book. (Visit: www.vonallan.com/shop.html)

Gaia Eirich

Von Allan's "Li'l Kids", please!

http://www.vonallan.com/shop.html

Barbara Rice

The road to God knows by Von Allen

Becky

Three Shadows by Cyril Pedrosa

Laura

The Stonekeeper (Book 1 in the Amulet series) by Kazu Kibuishi

david e

titles only need to be nominated once, it's not a popularity poll, folks.

Louise

Nightmare on Zombie Island by Paul D. Storrie

Jessica Burkhart

CHIGGERS by Hope Larson.

Liz Jones

Twilight Zone graphic stories, from Bloomsbury/Walker-- loved this.

Liz

Into the Volcano, by Don Wood

Liz

Into the Volcano, by Don Wood

Liz

Into the Volcano, by Don Wood

Liz

Sorry, it posted twice. :(

Liz

I'm sorry -- I didn't intentionally post three times!!

Gina

Kin (Good Neighbors) by Holly Black

Anna

Sand Chronicles Volume 1 by Hinako Ashihara

Heather

Stinky by Eleanor Davis

Betsy

Satchel Paige: Striking Out Jim Crow

Alkelda the Gleeful

Life Sucks, by Jessica Abel et al.

Kim Baccellia

I'd like to nominated IN THE SMALL by Michael Hague.

Nan Hoekstra

I nominate Three Shadows by Cyril Pedrosa, translated by Edward Gauvin

david e

Betsy, I'm pretty sure Satchel Page came out last year (very late) and was considered for the Cybils then...

david e

Prince of Persia by Jordan Mechner, A.B. Sina, LeUyen Pham and Alex Puvilland.

(also, wasn't Satchel Page published last year?)

david e

oh, look at that. magically my first post appeared AFTER my second post! wonky!

Deborah Diesen

Ellie McDoodle: New Kid in School
by Ruth McNally Barshaw

Diana Dang

MeruPuri by Masuri Hino

furies

the wall, by peter sis.

Snow Wildsmith

Hello, all! Sorry to be chiming in so late.

A few procedural details:

--We only accept the first nomination of a title, so if a title you love has already been nominated, please pick another.

--Regarding the nomination for Von Allan's "The Road to God Knows": at this time we aren't taking nominations for webcomics. All titles nominated need to be available in print form.

--Satchel Paige, MeruPuri, and The Wall are all excellent titles, but they are unfortunately not within the date range we are considering. Only titles published between Jan. 1, 2008 and Oct. 15, 2008 can be nominated.

Please, if you've nominated something that is ineligible due to one of the criteria I listed above, feel free to submit a different title for consideration. We thank you for your support of the Cybils!

Snow Wildsmith

And my personal nomination is: Real, vol. 1 by Takehiko Inoue.

Snow Wildsmith

@Liz Jones: Which of the Twilight Zone graphic novels did you want to nominate? I noticed that there were several published in 2008.

deborah

freakangels by warren ellis

Monica Edinger

There's a Wolf at the Door by Zoe B. Alley with pictures by R. W. Alley (Roaring Brook)

cecil castellucci

Emiko Superstar by Mariko Tamaki / Steve Rolston

Ben

Owly Time to Be Brave, by Andy Runton. Its a really great book!

Kevin Parker aka Book Award Tragic

Requiem for a Beast by Australian Matt Ottley.
ISBN: 9780734407962
ISBN-10: 0734407963
Publisher Hachette Livre Australia.

This book has attracted a bit of controversy in OZ but I have read it, or rather 'experienced' it and it is excellent, dealing with some challenging emotional subject matter elegantly. It combines text, graphics, fine art and music, all put together by Ottley to great effect.

Not sure about a release date for the USA.
More info about the book on my Australian Literary Award (www.literaryawards.com.au) site and comment on my Book Award Tragic blog.

It has won some recent awards here in Australia so not sure if it's eligible for the Cybils but it deserves a wider audience despite very Australian atmospherics.

Looking forward to covering this years Cybils again on Bookawardsonline.com and publicising the awards via my UK, Canadian, Australian and New Zealand Literary Award sites.

Keep up the great work!

Kevin Parker aka Book Award Tragic

elizabeth

Rapunzel's Revenge by Shannon Hale

!!!

Leslie

SPY GODDESS: THE CHASE FOR THE CHALICE by Michael P. Spradlin and Illustrated by Rainbow Buddy. The novels were wonderful and the graphic novel captures the characters and the story perfectly.

AZ

Out of Picture 2, art from the outside looking in
(multiple contributors)

Kat Nicholson

Frankenstein the Classical Comics Graphic Novel adaptation of Mary Shelly's original story.

Jason Cardy

Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (graphic novel) by Classical Comics.

sandhya

Thoreau's Walden by John Porcellino

David Pugh

I'm nominating Classical Comics, MACBETH (Graphic Novel) with some fine artwork from Jon Haward and Nigel Dobbyn

Snow Wildsmith

Hello again!

Two things:

@deborah--Since Freakangels won't be nominated until Dec. 2008, it will not be eligible for this year's Cybils. It will be eligible next year, but for now you are welcome to pick another title.

Everyone else--PLEASE REMEMBER THAT ONLY THE FIRST NOMINATION OF A TITLE IS ELIGIBLE, so if you nominated a title that has already been nominated, please pick another title. I'm looking forward to hearing back from: Gaia Eirich, Kaolin Fire, Nan Hoekstra, Elizabeth (http://bravepandagirl.blogspot.com/), Jason Cardy, and David Pugh with their alternate choices.

Thanks!

Greg Neri

I nominate SKIM by Mariko Tamaki

Cory Casoni

SALT WATER TAFFY VOL. 1 - THE LEGEND OF OLD SALTY
by Matthew Loux

ISBN: 978-1-932664-94-2

http://www.onipress.com/display.php?type=bk&id=338

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