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October 01, 2008

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Natasha @ Maw Books

Clementine's Letter by Sara Pennypacker

Tweakysmom

In the easy reader category I would like to nominate:
Get up, Tom by Betty Ward Cain

Sarah Miller

KNUCKLEHEAD
by Jon Scieszka

Scope Notes

"Stinky" by Eleanor Davis
TOON Books

Kim

MAYBELLE GOES TO TEA by Katie Speck

JoAnn Early Macken

Cork & Fuzz: The Collectors by Dori Chaconas, illustrated by Lisa McCue
Viking

Tricia

I'm nominating for my son (he's under 13!) and picking one of his favorite books this year.

Mr. Putter and Tabby Run the Race by Cynthia Rylant

Elizabeth

Late for School! by Stephanie Calmenson

Becky

A Girl, A Boy, And Three Robbers by Gail Gauthier.

Alys

I will surprise my friend! by Mo Willems.

Nan Hoekstra

I nominate I Love My New Toy (Elephant and Piggie Series) by Mo Willems

Fuse #8

Houndsley and Catina and the Quiet Time by James Howe, illustrated by Marie-Louise Gay.

Jen Robinson

Let's go with Dodworth in Paris, by Tim Egan (Houghton Mifflin, September 22). (If I'm eligible to nominate as a judge in the category).

Heather

Hooray for Fly Guy! by Tedd Arnold

Sally Nemeth

for YA - TEN CENTS A DANCE by Christine Fletcher

david e

Dodsworth in Paris by Tim Egan (there's a lot of non-easy readers on this list...)

Anne

Hey David E:

Not to worry. We're making sure books land where they're supposed to go. There's always a bit of swapping around that goes on.

And I love Dodsworth too, for what it's worth!

Thanks,
Anne

Kim Baccellia

I'd like to nominate a book my seven-year-old loves: SUPERNATURAL RUBBER CHICKEN by D.L. Garfinkle.

mary ann rodman

HOW TO DRIVE YOUR SISTER CRAZY by Diane Z. Shor

Christina

Quinito, Day and Night / Quinito, dia y noche written by Ina Cumpiano and illustrated by Jose Ramirez

lover of children's books

Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa: Rain or Shine.
More fun adventures on the ranch!

Wizards Wireless

A Brand New Day for Mouse and Mole by Wong Herbert Yee.

And I'm so thrilled to see this category in the Cybils this year!

Queen of the Click http://www.queenoftheclick.com

I liked Big Words for Little People by Jamie Lee Curtis (July or August 2008)

Kelly Starling Lyons

I'd like to nominate Brand New School, Brave New Ruby, by Derrick Barnes

Jennifer

Goose and Duck by Jean Craighead George

Amanda

When I was 8, Fancy Nancy would have been my hero! I love the new Easy Reader series! My nomination is for Fancy Nancy Sees Stars, a level 1 "I Can Read" book.

Kevin Parker aka Book Award Tragic

The Ghosts Child by Sonya Hartnett
ISBN-10: 0763639648
ISBN-13: 978-0763639648

Nominated for Young Adult Fiction

Due for US release on 14th October, 2008 I believe. Both my wife and I loved this book. It reminded us a bit of The Alchemist. Australian Sonya Hartnett is recent winner of the Astrid Lindgren Prize worth over a Million US dollars but I don't think she is well known in America?

David C.

Howie Goes Shopping
by Sara Henderson

Mark Braught

Nomination for Easy Readers category:

" A Isn't for Fox, an Isn't Alphabet"
Wendy Ulmer, Author
Laura Knorr, Illustrator

ISBN 1585363197

Scott Rose

This is a wonderful story that is true about bipolar disorder in children. It is insightful and written in a way that is attractive to all ages.

Mindy Sexton

I would like to nominate:

CAVEMEN DO DRIVE SCHOOL BUSES

By: Marcia T. Jones

Barbara S. Underhill

VAMPIRES DO HUNT MARSHMALLOW BUNNIES by
Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey

Kids have loved the Bailey School Kids Adventures for years and this latest in that series with all their favorite characters is sure to please the easy readers!!

Marie Murphy

I would like to nominate: VAMPIRES DO HUNT MARSHMALLOW BUNNIES by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey

Beverly Bixler

Fancy Nancy and the Boy From Paris by Jane O'Connor

Charlene Jones

I would like to nominate Cavemen Do Drive School Buses by Marcia T. Jones.

Charlene Jones

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Martha Peaslee Levine

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Martha Peaslee Levine

I would like to nominate Cavemen Do Drive School Buses by Marcia Thornton Jones

Margo

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies and Cavemen Do Drive School Buses, by Marcia Jones and Debbie Dadey

Amanda Fow

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Susan Rosson Spain

I would like to nominate Cavemen Do Drive School Buses by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey.

Nathan Dadey

I would like to nominate "Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies" by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey.

Debbie

Please nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies for a cybil at http://dadtalk.typepad.com/cybils/2008/10/2008-nomination.html
Thanks, Debbie

ashley

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Kelley

I would like to nominate "Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies" by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey.

Jeremi

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Jeremi

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Andrew Ford

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Caitlin

I would like to nominate Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies by Marcia T. Jones and Debbie Dadey

Nicki

I would like to nominate "Vampires Do Hunt Marshmallow Bunnies" by Marcia Thornton Jones and Debbie Dadey.

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