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Ginger Wadsworth (1945-) - Awards, Honors

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Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, National Council for the Social Studies/Children's Book Council (NCSS/CBC), Best Book in Social Studies, Social Studies Librarians International (SSLI), and Distinguished Book designation, Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California, all 1990, all for Julia Morgan, Architect of Dreams; Nature Books for Young Readers selection, John Burroughs Association, 1992, for John Muir, Wilderness Protector; Best Ginger Wadsworth Book in Science (secondary), SSLI, 1992, for Rachel Carson, Voice for the Earth; Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, NCSS/CBC, 1994, for Along the Santa Fe Trail: Marion Russell's Own Story, and 2004, for Benjamin Banneker, Pioneering Scientist; third-place award for illustrated nonfiction, New York Book Show, 1997, and Books for the Teen Age designation, New York Public Library, 1998, both for John Burroughs, the Sage of Slabsides; Spur Award for juvenile nonfiction, Western Writers of America, Distinguished Book designation, Association of Children's Librarians of Northern California, Will Award finalist, Women Writing the West, and finalist for PEN Center Literary Award, all 2004, all for Words West: Voices of Young Pioneers.

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