Alex award Winners


The ALA/YALSA Alex Award winners have been announced. These are adult books for teen readers. I haven’t seen any of these… but I’m adding several to my TBR list.

Writing and Illustrating

Alex-AWARDSWinner_lowres•All the Light We Cannot See, by Anthony Doerr, published by Scribner, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. (9781476746586). A blind Parisian girl and an orphaned German boy conscripted by the Nazis for his radio skills meet in the chaos of the American bombing of a French coastal resort.

•Bellweather Rhapsody, by Kate Racculia, published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company (9780544129917). High-school students gather at the isolated Bellweather Hotel for a statewide music festival only to be trapped by a blizzard with an arrogant fingerless conductor, drunken chaperones, a missing corpse, and perhaps the ghosts of long-dead newlyweds.

•Bingo’s Run, by James A. Levine, published by Spiegel & Grau, an imprint of the Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House LLC, a Penguin Random House Company (9781400068838). The ultimate hustler, Bingo uses his brains and charm to run drugs in a Kenyan slum…

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About Donna Maloy

History, Mystery... and sometimes a touch of Fantasy. Historical adventures for Teens, Tweens and Young Adults.
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2 Responses to Alex award Winners

  1. Kathy Temean says:

    Donna,

    Thanks for the reblog. I keep adding book to my “To read” list. Not sure how many I will be able to get to, since I have at least 40 waiting in the wings.

    Kathy

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