Monday, November 19, 2007

Three More Days to Nominate Books for the Cybils

Do you remember that the Cybils nominations close this Wednesday, November 21? Have you nominated your best pick for 2007 books in all eight categories? Just to recap the poetry nominations, here's how they are listed in the comments:
Animal Poems, by Valerie Worth
Behind the Museum Door, ed. by Lee Bennett Hopkins
Big Poppa E's Greatest Hits by Big Poppa E
Birmingham, 1963, Carole Boston Weatherford
Blue Lipstick: Concrete Poems by John Grandits
Collected Poems for Children by Ted Hughes
Comets, Stars, the Moon & Mars, by Douglas Florian
Coolhead Luke and Other Stories by Jennifer Lasker White
Dog Poems by David Crawley
Faith and Doubt:An Anthology of Poems, ed. by Patrice Vecchione
From Dawn to Dreams: Poems for Busy Babies, by Peggy Archer
Gallop O Gallop by Sandra Alonzo
Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village by Laura Amy Schlitz
Here's a Little Poem, ed. by Jane Yolen
Hey You! Poems to Skyscrapers, etc., ed. by Paul Janeczko
How to Catch a Fish by John Frank
I Don't Want to Clean My Room by Hope Vestergaard
In Aunt Giraffe's Green Garden by Jack Prelutsky
Miss Crandall's School for Young Ladies & Little Misses of Color by Elizabeth Alexander and Marilyn Nelson
Oh, Theodore! Guinea Pig Poems by Susan Katz
Poems in Black and White by Kate Miller
Shape Me a Rhyme: Nature's Forms in Poetry by Jane Yolen
Tap Dancing on the Roof: Sijo by Linda Sue Park
The Moon is La Luna: Silly Rhymes by Jay M. Harris
The Owl and the Pussycat by Edward Lear
This is Just to Say by Joyce Sidman
Toad by the Road: A Year in the Life of These Amazing Amphibians by Joanne Ryder
Today and Today by Kobayashi Issa
Today at the Bluebird Cafe by Deborah Ruddell
Tough Boy Sonatas by Curtis L. Crisler
Trailblazers: Poems of Exploration by Bobbi Katz
Twelve Rounds to Glory: The Story of Muhammad Ali by Charles R. Smith, Jr.
Twist: Yoga Poems by Janet S. Wong
Waiting to See the Principal by Joe Sottile
Where I Live by Eileen Spinelli
Your Own, Sylvia by Stephanie Hemphill
Yum! Mmm! Que Rico! by Pat Mora

I can think of a couple good ones NOT on this list. Can you?

This is just poetry, mind you. Check out picture books or middle grade fiction, or all the other sections. Now is your chance to put in the best titles of the year!

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