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The Newbery Medal was named for eighteenth-century British bookseller John Newbery. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.

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Year Award Title Author Action
2003 Honors Book A Corner of the Universe Martin, Ann M.
2003 Honors Book Surviving the Applewhites Tolan, Stephanie S.
2002 Medal Winner A Single Shard Park, Linda Sue
2002 Honors Book Everything on a Waffle Horvath, Polly
2002 Honors Book Carver: A Life In Poems Nelson, Marilyn
2001 Medal Winner A Year Down Yonder Peck, Richard
2001 Honors Book Hope Was Here Bauer, Joan
2001 Honors Book Because of Winn-Dixie Dicamillo, Kate
2001 Honors Book Joey Pigza Loses Control Gantos, Jack
2001 Honors Book The Wanderer Creech, Sharon
2000 Medal Winner Bud, Not Buddy Curtis, Christopher Paul
2000 Honors Book A Journey Worth Taking: Finding Your Purpose in This World Drew, Charles D.
2000 Honors Book Our Only May Amelia Holm, Jennifer L.
2000 Honors Book 26 Fairmount Ave Depaola, Tomie
1999 Medal Winner Holes Sachar, Louis
1999 Honors Book A Long Way From Chicago Peck, Richard
1998 Medal Winner Out Of The Dust Hesse, Karen
1998 Honors Book Lily's Crossing Giff, Patricia Reilly
1998 Honors Book Wringer Spinelli, Jerry
1998 Honors Book Ella Enchanted Levine, Gail Carson
1997 Medal Winner The View from Saturday Konigsburg, E. L.
1997 Honors Book The Moorchild Mcgraw, Eloise Jarvis
1997 Honors Book Belle Prater's Boy White, Ruth
1997 Honors Book The Thief Turner, Megan Whalen
1997 Honors Book A Girl Named Disaster Farmer, Nancy
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