Friday, April 16, 2010

Newbery Medal Winners (Part 3)


There are only five authors who have been awarded two Newbery Medals each.  
  • E.L. Konigsburg (1968, 1997)
  • Joseph Krumgold (1954, 1960)
  • Lois Lowry (1990, 1994)
  • Katherine Paterson (1978, 1981)
  • Elizabeth George Speare (1959, 1962) 


Newbery Medal Winners 1980 - 2010

  • 1980: A Gathering of Days by Joan W. Blos
  • 1981: Jacob Have I Loved by Katherine Paterson
  • 1982: A Visit to William Blake's Inn by Nancy Willard
  • 1983: Dicey's Song by Cynthia Voight
  • 1984: Dear Mr. Henshaw by Beverly Cleary
  • 1985: The Hero and the Crow by Robin McKinley
  • 1986: Sarah, Plain and Tall by Patricia MacLachlan
  • 1987: The Whipping Boy by Sid Fleischman
  • 1988: Lincoln: A Photobiography by Russell Freedman
  • 1989: Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices by Paul Fleischman
  • 1990: Number the Stars by Lois Lowry
  • 1991: Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli
  • 1992: Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
  • 1993: Missing May by Cynthia Rylant
  • 1994: The Giver by Lois Lowry
  • 1995: Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech
  • 1996: The Midwife's Apprentice by Karen Cushman
  • 1997: The View from Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg
  • 1998: Out of the Dust by Karen Hesse
  • 1999: Holes by Louis Sachar
  • 2000: Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis
  • 2001: A Year Down Yonder by Richard peck
  • 2002: A Single Shard by Linda Sue park
  • 2003: Crispin: The Cross of Lead by Avi
  • 2004: The Tale of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo
  • 2005: Kira-Kira by Cynthia Kadohata
  • 2006: Criss Cross by Lynne Rae Perkins
  • 2007: The Higher Power of Lucky by Susan Patron
  • 2008: Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village by Laura Amy Schlitz
  • 2009: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman
  • 2010: When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead

6 comments:

Susanne Drazic said...

I've read four books from this part of the Newbery Medal Winners list.

Donna M. McDine said...

Impressive list!

Carole Ann Moleti said...

I loved The Graveyard Book. I also became interested in The Higher Power of Lucky a few years back because of the furor over Susan Patron's use of the word scrotum on the first page. Even wrote a review and rebuttal on how that was ridiculous.

Both books, in my opinion, take the harsh realities and horrors of life and make them gentle enough for children to place in context.

And they both have a lot to teach adults as well.

My son had to read Sounder in the fifth grade. It was such a sad book and he struggled with the misery, the racism, and the pain (so did I). I'm glad his teacher insisted though since my son now loves literature and isn't afraid to read the tough books and other classics (he's seventeen now and wants to become an English literature teacher).

Susanne Drazic said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving comments.

Carole, my son had to read Sounder for school too. I read it with him, so we could talk about it. My son is also seventeen. : )

sruble said...

It's interesting to see the people that won 2 Newbery awards and the years they won them.

Just counted how many of these I've read - only 12, although there are several that I'm still hoping to read.

Susanne Drazic said...

Hi sruble, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.

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