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Friday, January 1, 2010

YA Cybils Finalists!

The YA Cybils Finalists are posted!!! Congrats to our own diva, Justina Chen! Woohoo! And thanks to the judges for their hard work. An amazing accomplishment.

Blue Plate Special
by Michelle D. Kwasney
Chronicle Books
Nominated by: Jo Knowles


Carter Finally Gets It
by Brent Crawford
Disney Press
Nominated by: Heather Kemp


Cracked Up to Be
by Courtney Summers
Macmillan
Nominated by: Robin Prehn


How To Say Goodbye In Robot
by Natalie Standiford
Scholastic
Nominated by: Mary Kole


Into the Wild Nerd Yonder
by Julie Halpern
Feiwel & Friends
Nominated by: Sara Grochowski


North of Beautiful
by Justina Chen
Little, Brown
Nominated by: Torey Yates


Wintergirls
by Laurie Halse Anderson
Viking
Nominated by: Jeni Bell


Young Adult Fantasy & Science Fiction

Candor
by Pam Bachorz
Egmont USA
Nominated by: Chelsea Campbell


Demon's Lexicon, The
by Sarah Rees Brennan
Margaret K. McElderry
Nominated by: Nick Jessee


Dust of 100 Dogs, The
by A.S. King
Flux
Nominated by: Lisa McMann


Fire
by Kristin Cashore
Dial
Nominated by: Jenny Moss


Lips Touch
by Laini Taylor
Arthur A Levine
Nominated by: Jolie Stekly


Sacred Scars (A Resurrection of Magic, Book 2)
by Kathleen Duey
Atheneum
Nominated by: Jenn R


Tiger Moon
by Antonia Michaelis
Amulet
Nominated by: Carolyn Dooman


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4 comments:

Little Willow said...

Congratulations to all involved!

Beth Kephart said...

Yay, Justina!!!! Congratulations to everyone.

Melissa Walker said...

Awesome list! Congrats, Justina!

Shelf Elf said...

Hooray for all!!!

(*extra hoorays for Justina!*)

What excellent lists. That must have been A LOT of reading!