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Jeanette Winter (1939-) - Awards, Honors

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Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, National Council for Social Studies/Children's Book Council (NCSS/CBC), Notable Children's Trade Book in Language Arts, National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE), and Reading Rainbow feature books selection, Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), all 1988, all for Follow the Drinking Gourd; New York Times best illustrated book citation, Reading Rainbow selection, PBS, Parent's Choice Award, and Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, NCSS/CBC, all 1991, all for Diego by Jonah Winter; New York Times notable book citation, 1991, for Eight Hands Round by Ann Whitford Paul; Teacher's Choice citation, IRA/CBC, Parent's Choice Award, and Junior Library Guild selection, all 1992, all for Klara's New World; Hungry Mind Review book of distinction, 1993, for A Fruit and Vegetable Man; Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, NCSS/CBC, Jeanette Winter 1994, for Shaker Boy; Children's Choice Award, IRA/CBC, 1994, for The Christmas Tree Ship; Parent's Choice honor citation, 1995, for Cowboy Charlie: The Story of Charles M. Russell; Best Book of the Year citation, Publishers Weekly, Notable Children's Book citation, American Library Association (ALA), Editor's Choice, Booklist, Notable Book in Language Arts, NCTE, 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing designation, New York Public Library, and best book citation, Bank Street College, all 1998, all for My Name is Georgia; notable book citation, New York Times, Parent's Choice silver medal, both 2002, both for Emily Dickinson's Letters to the World; Parent's Choice honor citation, best books citation, Bank Street College, and Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies, NCSS/CBC, all 2003, all for Niño's Mask.

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