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Eliot Rosewater logoEliot Rosewater Book Award - The purpose of the Rosie Award is to encourage high school students to read for fun. It also promotes cooperation between school administrators, school librarians, teachers and public librarians in broadening reading programs and promotes reading across the curriculum.


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 Read Alouds Too-Good-To-Miss - The Read Alouds Too-Good-To-Miss program develops and promotes lists of books that are ideal for reading out loud to children, teens and adults.  Each year, a committee is formed to develop up to five read-aloud lists: one for primary age students, one for upper elementary, one for middle school students, one for high school students, and an ageless.

Young Hoosier Book Award logoYoung Hoosier Book Award - The purpose of the Young Hoosier Book Award Program is to stimulate recreational reading among elementary and middle school/junior high school children and to encourage cooperation between administrators, school media specialists, teachers, public libraries, and the community.

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