||This award was established in 1938 and is presented annually
to the illustrator of the most distinguished American picture book for
children published in the United States in the preceding year.
|Coretta Scott King
||Established in 1969. The medal was designed to
commemorate the life and work of the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and
to honor Mrs. Coretta Scott King for her courage and determination in
continuing to work for peace and world brotherhood. This award is
presented annually to an African American author and an illustrator for an
outstanding inspirational and educational contribution published during
the previous year.
||This award was named in honor of Hugo Gernsback, "The
Father of Magazine Science Fiction" as described in a special award
given to him in 1960. Given annually by the World Science Fiction
Society (WSFS), the winner is determined by nominations from and a
popular vote of the membership of WSFS. The award given that year is
for work that appeared in the previous calendar year.
|National Book for Young People's Literature
||Presented each year in November to recognize the outstanding
contribution to children's literature.
||Voted on, and presented by by active members of the Science
Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, Inc. Since 1965, this award has
been given each year for the best novel, novella, novelette, and short
story eligible for that year's award.
||Established in 1922. A medal presented annually
to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American
Literature for children published in the United States in the preceding
||Has been awarded by Columbia
University since 1917. The awards are given on the recommendations
of a board of jurors for Journalism, Letters, Music, and Drama.
|Biography or Autobiography
| Pura Belpre'
||Awarded every two years by the Association for
Library Service to Children (ALSC) and the National Association to Promote
Library Services to the Spanish Speaking (REFORMA). Honors Latino
writers and illustrators whose work best portray, affirms and celebrates
the Latino cultural experience in a work of literature for youth.
Named in honor of Pura Belpre', the first Latina librarian of the New York
|Georgia Book Awards
||Georgia's Children's Picture Storybook Award
||Georgia's Children's Book Award Winners