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Sequoyah Book Awards Masterlist 2020

Description: The Sequoyah Book Awards are selected by Oklahoma students annually. Eligibility to vote for the Sequoyah Book Award requires all students to have read or heard at least three books from the current Masterlist. #kids #teens #teachers


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Category Title Author Date Added Action
Intermediate Nowhere Boy Katherine Marsh 10/30/2019
High School The Beauty That Remains Ashley Woodfolk 10/21/2019
High School What the Night Sings Vesper Stamper 10/21/2019
High School Dry Neal Shusterman and Jarrod Shusterman 10/21/2019
High School Very, Very, Very Dreadful Albert Marrin 10/21/2019
High School A Very Large Expanse of Sea Tahereh Mafi 10/21/2019
High School Isle of Blood and Stone Makiia Lucier 10/21/2019
High School Darius the Great Is Not Okay Adib Khorram 10/21/2019
High School Everless Sara Holland 10/21/2019
High School How We Roll Natasha Friend 10/21/2019
High School I Have Lost My Way Gayle Forman 10/21/2019
High School Votes for Women! Winifred Conkling 10/21/2019
High School A Heart in a Body in the World Deb Caletti 10/21/2019
Intermediate Front Desk Kelly Yang 10/21/2019
Intermediate Amal Unbound Aisha Saeed 10/21/2019
Intermediate, High School After the Shot Drops Randy Ribay 10/21/2019
Intermediate, High School Boots on the Ground Elizabeth Partridge 10/21/2019
Intermediate Until Tomorrow, Mr. Marsworth Sheila O'Connor 10/21/2019
Intermediate The War Outside Monica Hesse 10/21/2019
Intermediate Like Vanessa Vanessa Brantley-Newton and Tami Charles 10/21/2019
Intermediate Marcus Vega Doesn't Speak Spanish Pablo Cartaya 10/21/2019
Intermediate The Benefits of Being an Octopus Ann Braden 10/21/2019
Intermediate Ivy Aberdeen's Letter to the World Ashley Herring Blake 10/21/2019
Intermediate March Forward, Girl Melba Pattillo Beals and Frank Morrison 10/21/2019
Children's The Story Collector Kristin O'Donnell Tubb and Iacopo Bruno 10/21/2019

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