2020 Medal Winner
A picture book about family, tradition, and a Native American staple.
This chapter book biography shows how a self-taught scientist was the first to observe the microbial life in and around us.
In 1956, one year before federal troops escorted the Little Rock 9 into Central High School, fourteen year old Jo Ann Allen was one of twelve African-American students who broke the color barrier and integrated Clinton High School in Tennessee.
Explores the truth of a harrowing childhood in a compelling and moving memoir in verse.
Splashy illustrations and simple text explore water in its many shapes and forms.