From The Educator’s Spin On It.
This past year I’ve connected with a few of these authors by watching KidLit.TV. It made watching the announcements so much more special to me and my kids. If you haven’t watched already be sure to check out the KidLit TV Storymakers videos of
Rita Williams Garcia
I can’t wait to see who Kid Lit TV Lines up for their upcoming videos in 2016. Plus I have a feeling a few of these books will be a part of Multicultural Children’s Book Day On January 27th.
The American Library Association (ALA) just announced the top books, video and audio books for children and young adults – including the Caldecott, Coretta Scott King, Newbery and Printz awards. Here’s a list of the 2016 award winners for children. If you have a teenager be sure to visit I Love Libraries for the complete list of young adults. In addition you will find all of the publishers there.
Read more at The Educator’s Spin On It.
Thanks for sharing my post about the winning books for 2016. Can’t wait to use them for our YMA challenge on The Educators’ Spin On It. Hope your readers can join us.