Every year, as we approach the ALA Midwinter Meetings and the annual Youth Media Award announcements, libraries and schools around the United States offer Mock Election programs. These are a great opportunity for children’s literature aficionados to learn more about some of the great, recently published books for kids. Below, you will find some of the results from mock elections around the country.
On Monday, Jan. 28, 2019 at 8 a.m. PT, at the American Library Associations Midwinter Meetings held in Seattle, Washington, the winners of the 2019 Youth Media Awards will be announced. Fans can follow 2019 results in real-time via live webcast, sponsored by Baker and Taylor, a Follett Company, or follow hashtag #alayma.”
Use these links to jump quickly to the results of the Mock Award in which you are most interested.
- Mock Caldecott Results
- Mock Newbery Results
- Mock Coretta Scott King Results
- Mock Geisel Results
- Mock Printz Results
- Mock Sibert Results
- Mock Pura Belprè Results
Mock Caldecott Results
(For information about the Caldecott Award, visit the Caldecott Medal homepage.)
Mock Newbery Results
(For information about the Newbery Award, visit the Newbery Medal homepage.)
Mock Coretta Scott King Results
(For information about the Coretta Scott King Awards, visit Coretta Scott King Book Awards homepage.)
Mock Geisel Results
(For information about the Theodor Seuss Geisel Award, visit the Geisel Awards homepage.
Mock Printz Results
(For information about the Printz Award, visit the Printz Award homepage.)
Mock Sibert Results
(For information about the Sibert Award, visit the Sibert Award homepage.)
Mock Pura Belpré Results
(For information about the Pura Belpré Award, visit the Belpré Awards homepage.)