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Book awards: South Asia Book Award

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Island's End by Padma VenkatramanWinner, 2012
Same, Same But Different by Jenny Sue Kostecki-ShawWinner, 2012
Following My Paint Brush by Gita WolfHonor, 2012
No Ordinary Day by Deborah EllisHonor, 2012
Sita's Ramayana by Samhita ArniHonor, 2012
Small Acts of Amazing Courage by Gloria WhelanHonor, 2012
Beyond Bullets: A Photo Journal of Afganistan by Rafal GerszakHighly Commended, 2012
Brother/Sister by Sean OlinHighly Commended, 2012
The Grand Plan to Fix Everything by Uma KrishnaswamiHighly Commended, 2012
The Wise Fool by Shahrukh HusainHighly Commended, 2012
Words in the Dust by Trent ReedyHighly Commended, 2012
Kids of Kabul: Living Bravely Through a Never-Ending War by Deborah EllisWinner, 2013
The Rumor by Anushka RavishankarWinner, 2013
Chained by Lynne KellyHonor, 2013
The Elephant's Friend and Other Tales from Ancient India by Marcia WilliamsHonor, 2013
Same Sun Here by Silas HouseHonor, 2013
The Wooden Sword: A Jewish Folktale from Afghanistan by Ann Redisch StamplerHonor, 2013
Ganesha's Sweet Tooth by Sanjay PatelHighly Commended, 2013
Shadow by Michael MorpurgoHighly Commended, 2013
The sweetest mango by Malavika ShettyHighly Commended, 2013
Tina's Mouth: An Existential Comic Diary by Keshni KashyapHighly Commended, 2013
The Whole Story of Half a Girl by Veera HiranandaniHighly Commended, 2013
A Moment Comes by Jennifer BradburyWinner, 2014
Razia's Ray of Hope: One Girl's Dream of an Education (CitizenKid) by Elizabeth SunebyWinner, 2014
Bye, Bye, Motabhai! (Humpback Tales) (Volume 1) by Kala SambasivanHonor, 2014
Gandhi: A March to the Sea by Alice B. McGintyHonor, 2014
Garden of My Imaan by Farhana ZiaHonor, 2014
Mother Teresa: Angel of the Slums by Lewis HelfandHonor, 2014
The Fantastic Adventures of Krishna by DemiHighly Commended, 2014
Gobble You Up! by Gita WolfHighly Commended, 2014
In Andal's House (Tales of the World) by Gloria WhelanHighly Commended, 2014
My Basmati Bat Mitzvah by Paula J. FreedmanHighly Commended, 2014
Torn by David MasseyHighly Commended, 2014
Bombay Blues by Tanuja Desai HidierWinner, 2015
Twenty-two Cents: Muhammad Yunus and the Village Bank by Paula YooWinner, 2015
Chandra's Magic Light: A Story in Nepal by Theresa HeineHonor, 2015
God Loves Hair by Vivek ShrayaHonor, 2015
Secrets of the Sky Caves: Danger and Discovery on Nepal's Mustang Cliffs (Nonfiction - Grades 4-8) by Sandra K. AthansHonor, 2015
A Time to Dance by Padma VenkatramanHonor, 2015
Escape from Tibet: A True Story by Nick GrayHighly Commended, 2015
King for a Day by Rukhsana KhanHighly Commended, 2015
Ms. Marvel Volume 1: No Normal by G. Willow WilsonHighly Commended, 2015
A pair of twins by Kavitha MandanaHighly Commended, 2015
The Secret Sky: A Novel of Forbidden Love in Afghanistan by Atia AbawiHighly Commended, 2015

Award description

In recent years an increasing number of high-quality children's and young adult books are published that portray South Asia or South Asians living abroad. To encourage and commend authors and publishers who produce such books, and to provide librarians and teachers with recommendations for educational use, the South Asia National Outreach Consortium (SANOC) will offer a yearly book award to call attention to outstanding works on South Asia.

SANOC – Award Sponsor

The South Asia National Outreach Consortium (SANOC) is the sponsor of the South Asia Book Award.

SANOCs mission is to enhance K-16 Outreach Programming by building a stronger network and collaboration among the South Asia National Resource Centers, and institutions with South Asia programming, across the United States.

The national network will work to share information and resources on South Asia, incorporating South Asia content into school curricula, and promoting the resources, workshops, conferences, and educational programs at the South Asia centers.

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