In just about 24 hours, the winners of all of ALA’s Youth Media Awards will be announced at a press conference held at the Midwinter Meeting in Seattle! (Weren’t able to make it to the conference? Watch the livestream or our liveblogging of the event!)
Among the other winners, we’ll also find out which of the Morris Award finalists and Award for Excellence in Nonfiction finalists were chosen by the committee as the best example of debut fiction or nonfiction for teens of the year.
If you’ve finished the challenge since our last check-in, be sure to fill out the form below to let us know. And stay tuned for our announcement of the 2013 Hub Reading Challenge (formerly the Best of the Best Challenge), which will include the Morris and Nonfiction Award winners and honor books, along with all of YALSA’s 2013 award winners and finalists, the top ten lists for YALSA’s 2013 selected lists, and the YA titles from the 2013 Schneider Family Book Award list and the 2013 Stonewall Book Award list.
So tell us who you think will win the Morris Award and the Award for Excellence in Nonfiction, and let us know how you liked the Morris/Nonfiction challenge, too!
— Gretchen Kolderup, currently enjoying a short reading break after finishing a term on Amazing Audiobooks for Young Adults
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