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Molly Lamken (Caroline More) Cone (1918-) - Awards, Honors

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Woman of achievement award, Theta Sigma Phi, 1960; one of 100 outstanding books for young readers, New York Times, 1962, for Mishmash; Governor's Festival of Arts Certificate of Recognition, State of Washington, 1966, 1970; Myrtle Wreath Achievement Award, Hadassah (Seattle chapter), 1967; literary creativity citation, Music and Art Foundation of Seattle, 1968; Matrix Table Award, Theta Sigma Phi, 1968; first place award for juvenile books, Washington Press Women, 1969, for Annie, Annie, 1970, for Simon, and 1974, for Dance around the Fire; Neveh Shalom Centennial Award, 1970; second place award for juvenile books, Washington Press Women, 1971, for You Can't Make Me If I Don't Want To; Sugar Plum Award, 1972; Sydney Taylor Children's Book Award, 1972, for general contributions; Shirley Kravitz Children's Book Award, Association of Jewish Libraries, 1973; Outstanding Science Trade Book, National Science Teachers Association/Children's Book Council, and Notable Children's Trade Book, National Council for the Social Studies/Children's Book Council, 1992, Teachers' Choice, International Reading Association, Horn Book Fanfare, Orbis Pictus Honor Book, National Council of Teachers of English, and Washington Governor's Writers Award, 1993, and Skipping Stones Honor Award, 1994, all for Come Back, Salmon: How a Group of Dedicated Kids Adopted Pigeon Creek and Brought It Back to Life; Virginia Marie Folkins Award, Association of King County Historical Organization, 2004, for Family of Strangers: Building a Jewish Community in Washington State.

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