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Book awards: Connecticut Book Award

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Works (69)

The Botany of Desire: A Plant's-Eye View of the World by Michael PollanNonfiction, 2002
Carver: A Life in Poems by Marilyn NelsonDesign, Poetry, & Children's Literature, 2002
The Gardens of Kyoto by Kate WalbertFiction, 2002
Gifford Pinchot and the Making of Modern Environmentalism (Pioneers of Conservation) by Char MillerBiography/Memoir, 2002
I Knew a Woman: The Experience of the Female Body by Cortney DavisNonfiction, 2002
Abraham Lincoln by Amy L. CohnDavid A. Johnson, Children’s Literature ― Illustrator, 2003
A Chapel of Thieves by Bruce ClementsChildren’s Literature ― Author, 2003
Hamlet's Dresser: A Memoir by Bob SmithBiography/Memoir, 2003
Reinventing the Wheel by Jessica HelfandJessica Halfand, Design, 2003
Stone by Stone: The Magnificent History in New England's Stone Walls by Robert ThorsonNonfiction, 2003
When there is no shore by Vivian ShipleyPoetry, 2003
Wish You Were Here by Stewart O'NanFiction, 2003
Into the Woods: John James Audubon Lives His Dream by Robert BurleighWendell Minor, Children’s Literature―Illustrator, 2004
Language of Her Body by Derek DudekRobin Price, Design, 2004
The midnight by Susan HowePoetry, 2004
My Father's Footprints: A Memoir by Colin McEnroeBiography/Memoir, 2004
The Night Country: A Novel by Stewart O'NanFiction, 2004
Tangled Threads: A Hmong Girl's Story by Pegi Deitz SheaChildren’s Literature―Author, 2004
Voices of the New Republic: Connecticut Towns 1800-1832 : What They Said (Memoirs of the Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences. V. 26) by Christopher P. BickfordNonfiction, 2004
The Descent: Poems by Sophie Cabot BlackPoetry, 2005
Rear View: Stories by Peter DuvalFiction, 2005
Red Sky at Morning by James Gustave SpethNonfiction, 2005
Who Killed Cock Robin? by Etienne DelessertEtienne Delessert, Children's Literature―Illustrator, 2005
10,000 Days of Thunder: A History of the Vietnam War by Philip CaputoChildren's Author, 2006
Alphabet House by Nancy Elizabeth WallaceMarshall Cavendish, Children's Illustrator, 2006
In Case We're Separated: Connected Stories by Alice MattisonFiction, 2006
Journey from the Land of No: A Girlhood Caught in Revolutionary Iran by Roya HakakianBiography/Memoir, 2006
The Last Time I Saw Amelia Earhart: Poems by Gabrielle CalvocoressiPoetry, 2006
Lasting Impressions: The Grolier Club Library by Eric HolzenbergWilliam Drenttel and Don Whelan, Design, 2006
Miss Bridie Chose a Shovel by Leslie ConnorChildren's Literature―Author, 2006
Tango: The Art History of Love by Robert Farris ThompsonNonfiction, 2006
What Are You?: Voices of Mixed-Race Young People by Pearl Fuyo GaskinsBiography/Memoir, 2006
The Works: Anatomy of a City by Kate Ascher"George Kokkinidis with Alexander Isley, Inc.", Design2006
Adele & Simon by Barbara McClintockBarbara McClintock, Children's Illustrator, 2007
A Century in Captivity: The Life and Trials of Prince Mortimer, a Connecticut Slave by Denis R. CaronBiography/Memoir, 2007
Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World by David Brion DavisNonfiction, 2007
John, Paul, George & Ben by Lane SmithChildren's Author, 2007
Rossiter: Country Houses of by Stephen J. KettererWendell Minor, Design, 2007
Drawn to Enchant: Original Children's Book Art in the Betsy Beinecke Shirley Collection by Timothy YoungHoward Gralla, Design, 2008
Exit Ghost by Philip RothFiction, 2008
I'll Fly Away: Further Testimonies from the Women of York Prison by Wally LambBiography/Memoir, 2008
Miss Crandall's School for Young Ladies & Little Misses of Color by Elizabeth AlexanderChildren's Author, 2008
One body : poems by Margaret GibsonPoetry, 2008
Sitting Bull Remembers by Ann TurnerWendell Minor, Children's Illustrator, 2008
A Slave No More: Two Men Who Escaped to Freedom, Including their own Narratives of Emancipation by David W. Blight Ph. D.Nonfiction, 2008
Baseball Hour by Carol NeviusBill Thomson, Children's Illustrator, 2009
Joseph Hopkins Twichell: The Life and Times of Mark Twain's Closest Friend by Steve CourtneyBiography/Memoir, 2009
Nothing Is Quite Forgotten in Brooklyn: A Novel (P.S.) by Alice MattisonFiction, 2009
Present vanishing by Dick AllenPoetry, 2009
Scrapbooks: An American History by Jessica HelfandDesign, 2009
Songs for the Missing by Stewart O'NanFiction, 2009
Thinking Beyond the Unthinkable: Harnessing Doom from the Cold War to the Age of Terror by Jonathan StevensonNonfiction, 2009
Triangle by Katharine WeberFiction, 2009
Waiting for Normal by Leslie ConnorChildren's Author, 2009
The Architecture of the Yale Center for British Art by Jules David PrownJohn Wargo, Design, 2010
Dating Jesus: A Story of Fundamentalism, Feminism, and the American Girl by Susan CampbellBiography/Memoir, 2010
Green Intelligence: Creating Environments That Protect Human Health by John WargoNonfiction, 2010
Noah Webster: Weaver of Words by Pegi Deitz SheaChildren's Author, 2010
A Picture Book of Harry Houdini (Picture Book Biography) by David A. AdlerMatt Collins, Children's Illustrator, 2010
The Sweet By and By: A Novel by Todd JohnsonFiction, 2010
The weathering : new & selected poems, 1969-2009 by Rennie McQuilkinPoetry, 2010
Beautiful Assassin: A Novel by Michael C. WhiteFiction, 2011
Builder's Apprentice by Andrew J. HoffmanBiography/Memoir, 2011
Chalk by Bill ThomsonBill Thomson, Children’s Illustrator, 2011
Connecticut Needlework: Women, Art, and Family, 1740-1840 by Susan P. SchoelwerNon-Fiction, 2011
Crave Radiance: New and Selected Poems 1990-2010 by Elizabeth AlexanderPoetry, 2011
Doodlebug: A Novel in Doodles by Karen Romano YoungChildren's Author, 2011
The Ink Garden of Brother Theophane by C. M. MillenAndrea Wisnewski, Children’s Illustrator, 2011
Wisenheimer: A Childhood Subject to Debate by Mark OppenheimerBiography/Memoir, 2011

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