Paula Danziger (1944-) - Awards, Honors
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New Jersey Institute of Technology Award, and California Young Reader Medal nomination, California Reading Association (CRA), both 1976, Massachusetts Children's Book Award, first runner-up, 1977, winner, 1979, and Nene Award, Hawaii Association of School Librarians/Hawaii Library Association (HASL/HLA), 1980, all for The Cat Ate My Gymsuit; Children's Books of the Year citation, Child Study Association of America (CSAA), 1978, Massachusetts Children's Book Award, Education Department of Salem State College, 1979, Nene Award, HASL/HLA, 1980, California Young Reader Medal nomination, CRA, 1981, and Arizona Young Reader Award, 1983, all for The Pistachio Prescription; Children's Choice Award, International Reading Association and the Children's Book Council, 1979, for The Pistachio Prescription, 1980, for The Cat Ate My Gymsuit and Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?, 1981, for There's a Bat in Bunk Five, and 1983, for The Divorce Express.
New Jersey Institute of Technology Award, and Books for the Teen Age, New York Public Library, both 1980, and Land of Enchantment Book Award, New Mexico Library Association, 1982, all for Can You Sue Your Parents for Malpractice?; Read-a-Thon Author of the Year Award, Multiple Sclerosis Society, and Parents' Choice Award for Literature, Parents' Choice Foundation (PCF), both 1982, and South Carolina Young Adult Book Award, South Carolina Association of School Librarians, 1985, all for The Divorce Express; CRABbery Award, Prince George's County Memorial Library System (MD), 1982, and Young Readers Medal, 1984, both for There's a Bat in Bunk Five; Parents' Choice Award for Literature, PCF, Bologna International Children's Book Fair exhibitor, and Children's Books of the Year citation, CSAA, all 1985, all for It's an Aardvark-Eat-Turtle World; New Jersey Garden State Children's Book Award nomination, 1997, for Amber Brown Is Not a Crayon.