By Matt Berman, Marigny J. Dupuy
This article offers information on awards together with the Belpre, Boston Globe-Horn e-book, the nationwide e-book Awards, and BCCB Blue Ribbons. Entries are prepared alphabetically by way of writer, and for every identify the authors provide bibliographic details, a synopsis and a overview.
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They did go back to the boarding school in the fall, but at least they knew how to get home again. Page 19 Reviews: Kirkus Reviews-July 15, 1998 School Library Journal-Nov. 1998 Awards/Lists: ALA Notable Books for Children The story is based on the experience of artist Judith Lowry's father and uncle, part of a little-known chapter in American history. The story is well told, and the author manages to impart important historical information, as well as tell Lowry's compelling family story. Lowry's full-color paintings are evocative and attractive, creating an atmosphere that feels authentic.
1998 Kirkus Reviews-Oct. 1998 * Publishers Weekly-Oct. 12, 1998 School Library Journal-Nov. 1998 Awards/Lists: Hornbook Fanfare ALA Notable Books for Children An unusual and rewarding biography, this is the story of one of Japan's preeminent poets told in prose, and featuring his haiku poems, and delicate artwork by Kazuko Stone. Kobayashi Yataro, later known as Issa, was born in 1763 to rice farmers in a small village in Japan. He preferred writing to farming, but after his mother died, his father's new wife objected.
Children's Book Awards Annual 1999 by Matt Berman, Marigny J. Dupuy