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Book awards: Keystone to Reading Book Award

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TitlesOrder
Saint George and the Dragon by Margaret HodgesElementary Level, 1985
Amelia Bedelia Goes Camping by Peggy ParishElementary Level, 1986
The Relatives Came by Cynthia RylantElementary Level, 1987
The Little Old Lady Who Was Not Afraid of Anything by Linda WilliamsElementary Level, 1988
More surprises (An I can read book) by Lee Bennett HopkinsElementary Level, 1989
Chester's Way by Kevin HenkesElementary Level, 1990
Rainbow Crow by Nancy Van LaanElementary Level, 1991
Is This a House for Hermit Crab? by Megan McDonaldElementary Level, 1992
The Salamander Room by Anne MazerElementary Level, 1993
Fallen Angels by Walter Dean MyersElementary Level, 1994
Stellaluna by Janell CannonElementary Level, 1995
The Rattlebang Picnic by Margaret MahyElementary Level, 1996
Piggie Pie! by Margie PalatiniElementary Level, 1997
Leo the Magnificat by Ann M. MartinElementary Award, Primary Level, 1998
The Music of Dolphins by Karen HesseElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 1998
Rumpelstiltskin's Daughter by Diane StanleyElementary Award, Primary Level, 1999
Meanwhile... by Jules FeifferElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 1999
Get Out Of Bed! by Robert MunschElementary Award, Primary Level, 2000
Thank You, Mr. Falker by Patricia PolaccoElementary Award, Primary Level, 2000
Jackie & Me by Dan GutmanElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2000
Bark, George by Jules FeifferElementary Award, Primary Level, 2001
A Letter to Mrs. Roosevelt by C. Coco De YoungElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2001
Bedhead by Margie PalatiniElementary Award, Primary Level, 2002
REM World by Rodman PhilbrickElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2002
The Web Files by Margie PalatiniElementary Award, Primary Level, 2003
Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamilloElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2003
Micawber by John LithgowElementary Award, Primary Level, 2004
Megatooth by Patrick O'BrienElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2004
Diary of a Worm by Doreen CroninElementary Award, Primary Level, 2005
A Week in the Woods by Andrew ClementsElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2005
Bed Hogs by Kelly S. DiPucchioElementary Award, Primary Level, 2006
The World According to Humphrey by Betty G. BirneyElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2006
Mrs. McBloom, Clean Up Your Classroom! by Kelly DipucchioElementary Award, Primary Level, 2007
Lunch Money by Andrew ClementsElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2007
Not Afraid of Dogs by Susanna PitzerElementary Award, Primary Level, 2008
Do Not Open This Book by Michaela MunteanElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2008
The Perfect Nest by Catherine FriendElementary Award, Primary Level, 2009
Punished! by David LubarElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2009
Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurricane Katrina, Friendship, and Survival by Kirby LarsonElementary Award, Primary Level, 2010
Abe's Honest Words : The Life of Abraham Lincoln by Doreen RappaportElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2010
First Dog by J. Patrick LewisElementary Award, Primary Level, 2011
Bubble Homes and Fish Farts by Fiona BayrockElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2011
Memoirs of a Goldfish by Devin ScillianElementary Award, Primary Level, 2012
The Can Man by Laura E. WilliamsElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2012
Chuckling Ducklings and Baby Animal Friends by Aaron ZenzElementary Award, Preschool Level, 2013
Chippy Chipmunk: Babies in the Garden (The Chippy Chipmunk) by Kathy M MillerElementary Award, Primary Level, 2013
Painter and Ugly by Robert J. BlakeElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2013
It's Duffy Time! by Audrey WoodElementary Award, Preschool Level, 2014
Little Dog Lost: The True Story of a Brave Dog Named Baltic by Monica CarnesiElementary Award, Primary Level, 2014
Queen of the Track: Alice Coachman, Olympic High-Jump Champion by Heather LangElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2014
Three Times Lucky by Sheila TurnageSecondary Award, Middle School Level, 2014
The Fault in Our Stars by John GreenSecondary Award, High School Level, 2014
When the Monsters Are Quiet by Alicia LloydElementary Award, Preschool Level, 2015
The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew DaywaltElementary Award, Primary Level, 2015
A little book of sloth by Lucy CookeElementary Award, Intermediate Level, 2015
Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg SloanSecondary Award, Middle School Level, 2015
The 5th Wave by Rick YanceySecondary Award, High School Level, 2015

Award description

As a reading educator or secondary student in the state of Pennsylvania, teachers, librarians, MS and HS students have a unique opportunity to read the latest quality fiction and non-fiction books published.   Participating in the Keystone Book Awards Program sponsored by the Keystone State Reading Association is a great learning opportunity as well as a way to pick the winning books for author awards in the state of Pennsylvania. Two divisions are provided—Elementary and Secondary. 
The Keystone to Elementary Book Awards is divided into three sub-groups: Preschool (Pre-K), Primary (K-3), and Intermediate (4-6), and an educator must oversee the participation of students.  Teachers agree to read a specified number of books to their students from the appropriate list (three preschool, four primary, or three intermediate) or have the books available for independent reading in their classrooms.
The secondary division includes a Middle School list for 6th -8th graders; middle school students must participate through an educator. The High School list is available for 9th-12th graders, and participation may be sent in by educators or individual students.  Students must have read at least 4 of the books from the list to participate.
Books chosen for the list are current publications that have been read and voted to the list by a committee of PA reading educators.  Additional resources, including annotated booklists, participation guidelines and forms, as well as the lists of previous winners can be found on the KSRA website at  www.ksrapa.org under Resources.  Student votes must be turned in by March 15th.

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