07 January 2008

The Cybils: 2007 finalists (part II)

As promised, the remaining four lists of finalists have been announced.

Non-Fiction Picture Books:
Guess What is Growing Inside this Egg - written and illustrated by Mia Posada
Let's Go!: the Story of Getting from There to Here - written by Lizann Flatt, illustrated by Scot Ritchie
Lightship - written and illustrated by Brian Floca
Living Color - written and illustrated by Steve Jenkins
One Thousand Tracings: Healing the Wounds of World War II - written and illustrated by Lita Judge
Vulture View - written by April Pulley Sayre; illustrated by Steve Jenkins
Where in the Wild?: Camouflaged Creatures Concealed ... and Revealed - written by David Schwartz and Yael Schy, photographs by Dwight Kuhn

Young Adult Fiction:
The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian - by Sherman Alexie
Billie Standish Was Here - by Nancy Crocker
Boy Toy - by Barry Lyga
The Off Season - by Catherine Gilbert Murdock
Red Glass - by Laura Resau
Tips on Having a Gay (ex)Boyfriend - by Carrie Jones
The Wednesday Wars - by Gary D. Schmidt

Middle Grade and YA Non-Fiction:
Marie Curie: Giants of Science #4 - by Kathleen Krull
The Periodic Table: Elements With Style! - written by Adrian Dingle, illustrated by Simon Basher
Smart-Opedia - by Eve Drobot
Tasting the Sky: a Palestinian Childhood - by Ibtisam Barakat
Tracking Trash - by Loree Griffin Burns
The Wall: Growing Up Behind the Iron Curtain - by Peter Sis
Who Was First?: Discovering the Americas - by Russell Freedman

Graphic Novels (Elementary/Middle Grade):
Artemis Fowl: The Graphic Novel - by Eoin Colfer and Andrew Donkin, illustrated by Giovanni Rigano and Paolo Lamanna
Babymouse #6: Camp Babymouse - written and illustrated by Jennifer L Holm and Matthew Holm
The Courageous Princess - written and illustrated by Rod Espinosa
Robot Dreams - written and illustrated by Sara Varon
Yotsuba&! Volume 4 - written and illustrated by Kiyohiko Azuma

Graphic Novels (Teen/YA):
The Arrival - written and illustrated by Shaun Tan
Flight Volume Four - edited by Kazu Kibuishi
Laika - written and illustrated by Nick Abadzis
The Plain Janes - written by Cecil Castellucci, illustrated by Jim Rugg
The Professor's Daughter - written by Joann Sfar, illustrated by Emmanuel Guibert


Jen Robinson said...

Thanks for posting the lists, and supporting the Cybils!

Anna Meadow said...

Another good middle grade, YA book I've been discovering is Queen Geeks in Love about the classic teen struggle to balance friendships and relationships.