Our ALA Midwinter Award Winners & Honorees, Part Three

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The American Library Association (ALA) announced more prize winners and honorees at their Midwinter Meeting. Our titles recognized for the following awards and honors:



The Stonewall Book Award

JULIAN IS A MERMAID written and illustrated by Jessica Love (Candlewick, a PRHPS client)

Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature

Young Adult Literature

DARIUS THE GREAT IS NOT OKAY by Adib Khorram (Dial Books for Young Readers)

Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature Honor

THE HOUSE THAT LOU BUILT by Mae Respicio (Wendy Lamb Books)

Margaret A. Edwards Award

M.T. Anderson (whose many books are published by Candlewick, a PRHPS client)

The Reading List


SAFE HOUSES: A Novel by Dan Fesperman (Alfred A. Knopf)


FOUNDRYSIDE: A Novel by Robert Jackson Bennett (Crown)


THE SILENT COMPANIONS: A Novel by Laura Purcell (Penguin Books)


THE WIDOWS OF MALABAR HILL by Sujata Massey (Soho Crime, a PRHPS client)


INTERCEPTED by Alexa Martin (Jove)

Congratulations to all of our prize winners and honorees.

Read our prior ALA Midwinter Igloo articles below:

Our Carnegie Medal Winner, Other ALA Midwinter Award Recipients, Part One

Our Newberry Honor, ALA Midwinter Award Winners & Honorees, Part Two




Posted: January 30, 2019