Newbery 2009?

The year is half over, which means it’s about time to start forming short lists for the Newbery.  Well, at least in the blogosphere.  I am currently working on my own list, but in the meantime check out Fuse #8 for her ideas!

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  1. Our list submitted for all at the half-year:
    Anokaberry 2009 Short List

    Beanball by Gene Fehler
    Boy Who Dared by Susan Campbell Bartoletti
    Chicken Foot Farm by Anne Estevis
    Cicada Summer by Andrea Beaty
    Comeback Season by Jennifer E. Smith
    Deep Down Popular by Phoebe Stone
    The Dragon’s Child by Laurence Yep
    Facttracker by Jason Carter Eaton
    Ghost Letters by Stephen Alter
    Go Big or Go Home by Will Hobbs
    Greetings from Nowhere by Barbara O’Connor
    Grow by Juanita Havill
    Honeybee: Poems and Short Prose by Naomi Shibab Nye
    I Am Scout: The Biography of Harper Lee by Charles J. Shields
    Jeremy Cabbage and the Living Museum of Human Oddballs and Quadruped Delights
    by David Elliott
    Kaline Klattermaster’s Tree House by Haven Kimmel
    Keeping Score by Linda Sue Park
    Lulu Atlantis and the Quest for True Blue Love by Patricia Martin
    Magic Half by Annie Barrows
    Mr. Karp’s Last Glass by Cary Fagan
    Penderwick’s on Gardam Street by Jeanne Birdsall
    Porcupine by Meg Tilly
    The Red-Headed Princess: A Novel by Ann Rinaldi
    Rex Zero, King of Nothing by Tim Wynne-Jones
    Ringside, 1925: Views from the Scopes Trial by Jen Bryant
    Seer of Shadows by Avi
    Six Innings by James Preller
    Waiting for Normal by Leslie Connor
    When the Sergeant Came Marching Home by Don Lemna
    Where the Steps Where by Andrea Cheng
    The Willoughbys by Lois Lowry

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