The new 2015 list of starred titles is on the website noting the specific journals--Booklist, Kirkus, and Publishers Weekly--that have starred the titles. It does not reference BCCB, School Library Journal, or VOYA.
By entering the age level in "In Progress at a Glance," you may find the list of books selected for 2015. These individual lists will suffice until all of the annotations have been input, and the website updated to show these titles in one list.
The Discussion List for the Notable Children's Book Committee's meetings at the ALA Conference in Chicago is now online at > http://www.ala.org/alsc/awardsgrants/notalists. Please check it out. And if you are coming to ALA mid-winter please come to one of our meetings in the Convention Center, W194 B. We are meeting Friday 1/30 between 1 and 4 p.m., Sat. 1/31-Mon. 2/2 from 1:30-4:30 p.m. Hope to see you there.
Elijah, the first child born in a settlement of former slaves in Canada, finds his uneventful life disrupted when he attempts to locate the corrupt preacher who has stolen funds intended to purchase a family’s freedom.
Twelve-year-old Omakayas reaches puberty, travels north toward others of her Ojibwe tribe, and endures a starving time in this third story in The Birchbark House series which also features pencil sketches by the author.
Deaf and blind from the age of three, Laura Bridgman's education in the 1840's laid the foundation for Helen Keller's successes some 50 years later. One of the co-authors of this fascinating biography is blind and partially deaf herself.