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Marla Frazee (1958-) - Awards, Honors

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Notable Book selection, American Library Association, 1995, for That Kookoory!, by Margaret Walden Froehlich, for Hush, Little Baby: A Folksong with Pictures, Marla Frazee and for Roller Coaster; Pick of the Lists selection, American Booksellers Association, 1997, for The Seven Silly Eaters, by Mary Ann Hoberman, 1998, for On the Morn of Mayfest, by Erica Silverman, and for Harriet, You'll Drive Me Wild!, by Mem Fox; Excellence in Illustration Award, Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People, 1998, for The Seven Silly Eaters; Fanfare Book citation, Horn Book, 1999, for Hush, Little Baby, and 2001, for Everywhere Babies, by Susan Meyers; Best Books of the Year citation, Nick Jr. magazine, Best Books selection, Offspring, Children's Media Award, Parent's Guide, 2000, and Parents' Choice Award, 2000, all for Harriet, You'll Drive Me Wild!; Best Book of the Year citation, School Library Journal, Reading Magic Award, Parenting magazine, Best Reading of 2001 citation, San Francisco Chronicle, and Best Children's Books Award, Child magazine, all for Everywhere Babies; Original Voices Award (picture book category), Borders, 2002, Golden Kite Award, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, Best Books of the Year selection, Miami Herald, 2002, and Parents' Choice Award, 2002, all for Mrs. Biddlebox, by Linda Smith; Best Books of 2003 citation, Riverbank Review and Parenting magazine, 100 Books for Reading and Sharing selection, New York Public Library, 2003, and Parent's Choice Gold Award, 2003, all for Roller Coaster.

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