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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
1964 Medal Winner It's Like This, Cat Neville, Emily Cheney
1963 Medal Winner A Wrinkle in Time (Time Quintet #1) L'Engle, Madeleine
1962 Medal Winner The Bronze Bow Speare, Elizabeth George
1961 Medal Winner Island of the Blue Dolphins O'Dell, Scott
1960 Medal Winner Onion John Krumgold, Joseph
1959 Medal Winner The Witch of Blackbird Pond Speare, Elizabeth George
1958 Medal Winner Rifles for Watie Keith, Harold
1957 Medal Winner Miracles on Maple Hill Sorensen, Virginia
1956 Medal Winner Carry On, Mr. Bowditch Latham, Jean Lee
1955 Medal Winner The Wheel on the School Dejong, Meindert
1954 Medal Winner .And Now Miguel Krumgold, Joseph
1953 Medal Winner Secret of the Andes Clark, Ann Nolan
1952 Medal Winner Ginger Pye Estes, Eleanor
1951 Medal Winner Amos Fortune: Free Man Yates, Elizabeth
1950 Medal Winner The Door in the Wall Angeli, Marguerite De
1949 Medal Winner King of the Wind Henry, Marguerite
1948 Medal Winner The 21 Balloons William Pène du Bois
1947 Medal Winner Miss Hickory Bailey, Carolyn Sherwin
1946 Medal Winner Strawberry Girl Lenski, Lois
1945 Medal Winner Rabbit Hill Lawson, Robert
1944 Medal Winner Johnny Tremain Forbes, Esther
1943 Medal Winner Adam of the Road Gray, Elizabeth Janet
1942 Medal Winner The Matchlock Gun Edmonds, Walter D.
1941 Medal Winner Call It Courage Sperry, Armstrong
1940 Medal Winner Daniel Boone Daugherty, James
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