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David A. Adler (1947-) - Awards, Honors

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Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children, National Science Teachers Association/Children's Book Council (NSTA/CBC), 1976, for 3D, 2D, 1D; Children's Book Showcase, CBC, 1977, for A Little at a Time; Notable Book, American Library Association (ALA), 1981, for A Picture Book of Jewish Holidays; Best Books selection, New York Public Library, 1983, for Bunny Rabbit Rebus; Carter G. Woodson Honor Book, National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS), 1985, for Our Golda: The Story of Golda Meir; Sydney Taylor Book Award, Association of Jewish Libraries, 1987, for The Number on My Grandfather's Arm; Children's Book of the Year, Child Study Book Committee at Bank Street College, for Thomas Jefferson: Father of Our Democracy, Cam Jansen and the Triceratops Pops Mystery, and Jackie Robinson: He Was the First; Best Books selection, Society of School Librarians International, for A Picture Book of Abraham Lincoln, Jackie Robinson: He Was the First, and A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr; Best Books selection, Parents magazine, 1989, for Happy Hanukkah Rebus, and 1990, for A Picture Book of Helen Keller; Notable Book, ALA, and 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing selection, New York Public Library, both 1997, Lemme Book Award and Patterson Award, both 1998, Honor Book, Boston Globe-Horn Book Award, Gold Medal Book, Parents magazine, Golden State Children's Book Award for Younger Nonfiction, 2000, and Best Books selection, New York Times, all for Lou Gehrig: The Luckiest Man; Parents' Choice Picture Book Award, 1998, for Shape Up!: Fun with Triangles and Other Polygons; Parents Choice Honor Book, 1998, for A Picture Book of Amelia Earhart; Children's Choice Awards, International Reading Association/CBC (IRA-CBC), for Roman Numerals, Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Monster Movie, The Fourth Floor Twins and the Fish Snitch Mystery, The Fourth Floor Twins and the Skyscraper Parade, My Dog and the Knock Knock Mystery, My Dog and the Birthday Mystery, Remember Betsy Floss and Other Colonial American Riddles, and Happy Thanksgiving Rebus; Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies selection, NCSS/CBC, for Our Golda: The Story of Golda Meir, Martin Luther King, Jr.: Free at Last, A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr., A Picture Book of Eleanor Roosevelt, A Picture Book of Anne Frank, A Picture Book of Sojourner Truth, We Remember the Holocaust, One Yellow Daffodil: A Hanukkah Story, Hilde and Eli, Children of the Holocaust, and Child of the Warsaw Ghetto; Pick of the List selection, American Booksellers Association, for Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Gold Coins, Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Monster Movie, Cam Jansen and the Mystery of the Carnival Prize, The Fourth Floor Twins and the Fish Snitch Mystery, The Fourth Floor Twins and the Fortune Cookie Chase, A Picture Book of Abraham Lincoln, A Picture Book of George Washington, and Happy Thanksgiving Rebus; Notable Book for a Global Society, IRA, for One Yellow Daffodil; First Biannual List of Outstanding Children's Books selection, ALA, for Our Golda: The Story of Golda Meir; Best Books selection, Child Study Children's Book Committee at Bank Street College, for Jackie Robinson: He Was the First and Cam Jansen and the Mystery at the Haunted House; Helen Keating Ott Award, Church and Synagogue Library Association, for promoting high moral and ethical values through children's literature; Golden Kite Honor Book, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, 1999, and Kentucky Bluegrass Award, 2001, both for The Babe and I; Orbis Pictus Honor Book, National Council of Teachers of English, 2001, and Best Books of the Year selection, School Library Journal, Booklist, and San Francisco Chronicle, all for America's Champion Swimmer: Gertrude Ederle.

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