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THIS IS A BOOK I HAVE NOT READ TOO LONG AGO ITS NAME IS "OPHELIA" BY LISA KLEIN. I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ALL THE HAMLET LOVERS OUT THERE AND THE PEOPLE ADDICTED TO ROMANCE. THIS BOOK IS ABOUT A GIRL WHO FALLS IN LOVE WITH A PRINCE AND HER WORLD CHHANGES FOREVER WITH THE DEATH OF HER FAMILY AND THE CHANGE THEY MAKE HER GO FROM A TOMBOY TO A WELL SUITED YOUNG WOMEN. I RECOMMEND THIS BOOK BUT IT CAN BE VERY EMOTIONAL I STARTED CRYING IN THE END IF YOU READ I HOPE YOU WILL KNOW WHY.

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I agree! I was stoked to hear about your award and the way you bring bloggers together. You can check out my children's lit blog out at www.littlearistotleslibrary.blogspot.com

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I would like to nominate Donny Bailey Seagraves's book by Delacorte Press. The title is gonefromthesewoods. The book presents a realistic picture of a boy, struggling to overcome the death of a beloved uncle.

Sheila Ruth

Everyone, please don't put your nominations here. Use our new handy-dandy nomination form here: http://www.wandsandworlds.com/cybils/nomination_form.html

Jen

I was wondering if a book that was first published in England in 2007, but was just published in the US this year is eligible.

Thanks!

Sheila Ruth

Yes, it is eligible as long as it wasn't nominated & considered for the Cybils award in the year it was published in England.

Jen

Great! Thanks for the quick answer!

Bonnie J. Doerr

Would you ever consider adding the category of "tween" to your award? YA is creeping up into college age and MG can include ages eight or nine. Those readers not ready for YA content, but ready for content different from a nine or ten year old would benefit from a "tween" tag.

My forthcoming book is alternately categorized as MG and YA. It gets confusing. I know I am. I see it as a book for readers from 10-14. Publishers are beginning to use the tween category more and more.

Something to consider...
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I am looking for a middle school book 6-8th graders (Catholic co-ed School) that has a theme of water through out. The schools theme this year is "Through water God gives life"


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Jo Ann Orr

I would like to nominate A Voice of Her Own by Barbara Dana. Being an Emily Dickinson fan, I found her account of ED's early life a fascinating page turner. It's a great introduction for young people to become better acquainted with Emily Dickinson and her times.

Voice of Her Own will lead readers to want to read the poetry and letters of Emily Dickinson. What a wonderful gift for a young reader or for the classroom.

Carolyn Hamilton

A Voice of Her Own by Barbara Dana is deserving of a Cybils award! Her account of Emily Dickinson's early life brings this most important American poet to life. The pages of her book are alive with the events, thoughts, and feelings of a young girl who astonishingly becomes one of the world's greatest poets. Most young girls reading this book can easily relate to the young Emily and might even be inspired to imagine themselves poets.

Sheila Ruth

Hi Jo Ann,

Can you please nominate this book using our official nomination form:

http://www.wandsandworlds.com/cybils/nomination_form.html

Thanks!

Sheila Ruth

Actually, I see that "A Voice of Her Own" has already been nominated in the Young Adult Fiction category. You can see it here:

http://dadtalk.typepad.com/cybils/2009-nominations-young-adult-fiction.html

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