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John Smith

The Children’s Book Guild of Washington DC proudly announces 2015 Nonfiction Award Winner STEVE SHEINKIN Join us for an Award Luncheon Saturday, April 25, 2015 12 pm to 3 pm Clyde’s Restaurant of Gallery Place 707 7th St NW, Washington 20001 Award and luncheon sponsored by KPMG. The Guild’s 38th annual Nonfiction Award celebrates a body of work that has 'contributed significantly to the quality of nonfiction for children.' Following the award ceremony, in his talk,'Confessions of a Textbook Writer,' Sheinkin will discuss how he came to write his much-celebrated books of history for children and young adults.

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KPMG, the national audit, tax and advisory firm, is sponsoring the Guild's 2015 Nonfiction Award Luncheon. KPMG supports literacy in the D.C. area through a program called KFFL (KPMG Families for Literacy). We are thrilled to have KPMG as the corporate sponsor for our award event and appreciate its generous financial support.

Read more about Steve Sheinkin . . .

Nonfiction Award Press Release

Visit Steve Sheinkin's website

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Newbery Medal winner The Crossover by Kwame Alexander The Crossover by Kwame Alexander has won the 2015 John Newbery Medal.  The award is for the most outstanding contribution to Children's literature.  The book is published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. The Crossover was also named a Coretta Scott King Honor Book for 2015.

Kwame Alexander with young fans

Kwame Alexander with young fans

Deborah D. TaylorDeborah Taylor has won the Coretta Scott King – Virginia Hamilton Award for Lifetime Achievement. The ALA announcement of the award notes, "Taylor’s career in public service began more than 40 years ago with the Enoch Pratt Free Library in Baltimore, where she is currently coordinator of School and Student Services. Her career has been spent as mentor, educator and literacy advocate for young adults. As an inspiring young adult librarian, leader in national associations and university instructor, she has been distinctly effective in introducing young people and her professional colleagues to the outstanding work of African American authors."
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