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Peg Kehret (1936-) - Awards, Honors

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Forest Roberts Playwriting Award, Northern Michigan University, 1978, Best New Play of 1979, Pioneer Drama Service, and Best Plays for Senior Adults, American Theatre Association, 1981, all for Spirit!; Children's Choice Award, International Reading Association-Children's Book Council (IRA-CBC), 1988, and master list, Young Reader's Choice Awards in Nevada and Oklahoma, all for Deadly Stranger; Service Award, American Humane Association, 1989; Recommended Books for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, American Library Association (ALA), 1989, for The Winner, and 1992, for Cages; Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library, 1992, for Cages and Winning Peg Kehret Monologs for Young Actors: 65 Honest-to-Life Characterizations to Delight Young Actors and Audiences of All Ages; Young Hoosier Book Award, Association for Indiana Media Educators, 1992, Nebraska Golden Sower Award and Iowa Children's Choice Award, both 1993, Maud Hart Lovelace Award, 1995, and master list, Young Reader's Choice Awards in Vermont, Illinois, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Iowa, West Virginia, and Missouri, all for Nightmare Mountain; Young Adult's Choice Award, IRA, 1992, for Sisters, Long Ago; Texas Lone Star list, 1992, Recommended Books for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, ALA, Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library, Young Adult's Choice, IRA, Maud Hart Lovelace Award, and master list, children's book awards in Oklahoma, Illinois, South Carolina, Tennessee, Iowa, Indiana, Nebraska, Utah, and the Pacific Northwest, all for Cages; Pacific Northwest Writers' Conference Achievement Award, 1992; Young Adult's Choice, IRA, Pacific Northwest Young Reader's Choice Award, and Iowa Children's Choice Award, all for Terror at the Zoo; Sequoyah Award, Indiana Young Hoosier Book Award, and Honor Book, West Virginia Children's Book Award, all for Horror at the Haunted House; Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, ALA, and Children's Choices, IRA, both for Danger at the Fair; Children's Books of the Year Award, Child Study Children's Book Committee, 1995, for The Richest Kids in Town; Golden Kite Award, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, 1996, Notable Book, ALA, and PEN Center U.S.A. West Award for children's literature, both 1997, Dorothy Canfield Fisher Award, 1998, Mark Twain Award, 1999, and children's book awards in Oklahoma, Tennessee, Illinois, Texas, Kansas, Pennsylvania, Washington, New Hampshire, and Alabama, all for Small Steps: The Year I Got Polio; Children's Crown Award, National Christian Schools Association, and West Virginia Children's Book Award, both 1998, Mark Twain Award list, 1998-99, and Utah Children's Choice Award, all for Earthquake Terror; Children's Choice Award, IRA, and master list, Indiana Young Hoosier, for Don't Tell Anyone; master list, Young Reader Awards in South Carolina, Nebraska, Missouri, and Indiana, for My Brother Made Me Do It; Henry Bergh Award, American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), 2001, master list, Young Reader Awards in Florida, Iowa, and Massachusetts, and Children's Crown nominee, all for Saving Lilly; master list, Iowa Children's Choice Awards, for The Hideout; master list, Young Reader Awards in Pennsylvania, Iowa, Tennessee, Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Washington, for Shelter Dogs: Amazing Stories of Adopted Strays; Kansas State Reading Circle Award and Disney Adventures Award nominee, for Five Pages a Day: A Writer's Journey; Lamplighter Award, National Christian School Association, master list, Young Reader Awards in Oklahoma and Utah, Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers, Young Adult Library Services Association, and honor book, Society of School Librarians International, all for I'm Not Who You Think I Am; master list, Lamplighter Award, and Young Reader Awards in Oklahoma and Missouri, for The Stranger Next Door; Florida Sunshine Award, master list for Young Reader Awards in Iowa and Washington, for The Volcano Disaster; master list, Young Reader Awards in Pacific Northwest, for Searching for Candlestick Park; master list, Young Reader Award in Florida, for Spy Cat.

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