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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.
|1932||Honors Book||Calico Bush||Field, Rachel|
|1932||Honors Book||Boy of the South Seas||Tietjens, Eunice||Pending Title [?]|
|1932||Honors Book||Out of the Flame||Lownsbery, Eloise||Pending Title [?]|
|1932||Honors Book||Jane's Island||Allee, Marjorie||Pending Title [?]|
|1932||Honors Book||Truce of the Wolf and Other Tales of Old Italy||Davis, Mary||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Medal Winner||The Cat Who Went to Heaven||Coatsworth, Elizabeth|
|1931||Honors Book||Floating Island||Parrish, Anne||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||The Dark Star of Itza: The Story of A Pagan Princess||Malkus, Alida||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||Queer Person||Hubbard, Ralph||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||Mountains are Free||Adams, Julie Davis||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||Spice and the Devil's Cave||Hewes, Agnes||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||Meggy MacIntosh||Gray, Elizabeth Janet|
|1931||Honors Book||Garram the Hunter: A Boy of the Hill Tribes||Best, Herbert||Pending Title [?]|
|1931||Honors Book||Ood-Le-Uk the Wanderer||Lide, Alice and Johansen, Margaret||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Medal Winner||Hitty: Her First Hundred Years||Field, Rachel|
|1930||Honors Book||A Daughter of the Seine: The Life of Madame Roland||Eaton, Jeanette||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Honors Book||Pran of Albania||Miller, Elizabeth||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Honors Book||Jumping-Off Place||Mcneely, Marion Hurd||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Honors Book||The Tangle-Coated Horse and Other Tales||Young, Ella||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Honors Book||Vaino||Adams, Julia Davis||Pending Title [?]|
|1930||Honors Book||Little Blacknose||Swift, Hildegarde||Pending Title [?]|
|1929||Medal Winner||The Trumpeter of Krakow||Kelly, Eric P.|
|1929||Honors Book||Pigtail of Ah Lee Ben Loo||Bennett, John||Pending Title [?]|
|1929||Honors Book||Millions of Cats||Gág, Wanda|
|1929||Honors Book||The Boy Who Was||Hallock, Grace||Pending Title [?]|
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