Nominated Books

Harry’s Home

By Catherine and Laurence Anholt

A city boy discovers the pleasures of country living.

Nominated

2000-2001 Gallery Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Farrar Straus Giroux

ISBN# 978-0374328702 (PB/HB)

A Caldecott Celebration

By Leonard S. Marcus

Step into the studios of several acclaimed illustrators and see how their Caldecott Medal-winning books were created. This unique account spans 60 years of picture-book illustration history.

Nominated

2000-2001 Crown Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Walker

ISBN# 0-8027-8656-1 (HB)

Mischief, Mad Mary, And Me

By Dawn Knight

All the kids call the strange old woman Mad Mary, and they steer clear of her. But that doesn’t stop Brit from spying on her, during which time she discovers Mischief!

Nominated

2000-2001 Gallery Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Avon

ISBN# 0-380-73135-5 (PB, HB)

The Panama Canal

By Elizabeth Mann

This book relates the history of how the Panama Canal was planned and built, including the political, international, and health aspects of getting the project finished on time.

Nominated

2000-2001 Gallery Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Mikaya

ISBN# 0-9650493-4-5 (PB, HB)

Three Against The Tide

By D. Ann Love

After her father is called away from the plantation near Charlston, S. C., during the Civil War, twelve-year-old Susana must lead her brothers on a difficult journey in hopes of being reunited with them.

Nominated

2000-2001 Lamplighter Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Holiday House

ISBN# 0-8234-1400-0 (HB)

Bloomability

By Sharon Creech

When her aunt and uncle take her from New Mexico to Lugano, Switzerland, to attend an international school, thirteen-year-old Dinnie discovers an expanding world and her place in it.

Winner

2000-2001 Lamplighter Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Harper Collins

ISBN# 0-06-026993-6 (PB, HB)

Mary On Horseback

By Rosemary Wells

Mary Breckinridge, trained as a nurse during World War I, rode on horseback into the isolated mountains of Appalachia to bring medical help to those in need. Joined by others, her work became a model for rural health care worldwide.

Nominated

2000-2001 Crown Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Dial Press

ISBN# 0-8037-2154-4 (HB)

Turn Of The Century

By Ellen Jackson

Discover what it would be like to live in another century, before electricity, computers, or even ice cream. Meet eleven children, each from the turn of a different century, as they share their stories of work and school and play over the last one thousand years.

Nominated

2000-2001 Gallery Award

Reading Level: 0.0

Published by Charlesbridge

ISBN# 0-88106-369-X (PB, HB)