(Albert) Sid(ney) (Carl March Fleischman Max Brindle) (1920-)
Children's Spring Book Festival Honor Book, New York Herald Tribune, and Honor Book, Boston Globe-Horn Book, both 1962, both for Mr. Mysterious & Company; Spur Award, Western Writers of America, Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People Award, and Junior Book Award, Boys' Clubs of America, all 1964, Recognition of Merit Award, George C. Stone Center for Children's Books, 1972, and Friends of Children and Literature (FOCAL) Award, Los Angeles Public Library, 1983, all for By the Great Horn Spoon!; Juvenile Book Award, Commonwealth Club of California, 1966, for Chancy and the Grand Rascal; Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, 1969, for McBroom Tells the Truth; Children's Spring Book Festival Honor Book, Book World, and Notable Books selection, American Library Association (ALA), both 1971, both for Jingo Django; Southern California Council on Literature for Children and Young People Award, 1972, for "Comprehensive Contribution of Lasting Value to the Literature for Children and Young People"; Golden Kite Honor Book, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, 1974, for McBroom the Rainmaker; Mark Twain Award, Missouri Association of School Libraries, and Charlie May Simon Children's Book Award, Arkansas Elementary School Council, both 1977, and Young Hoosier Award, Association for Indiana Media Educators, 1979, all for The Ghost on Saturday Night; National Book Award finalist, and Award for Fiction, Boston Globe-Horn Book, both 1979, both for Humbug Mountain; Newbery Medal, ALA, and Children's Books of the Year selection, Child Study Association of America, both 1987, both for The Whipping Boy; Paul A. Witty Award, International Reading Association, and Children's Picturebook Award, Redbook, 1988, both for The Scarebird; Parents Choice Award, 1990, for The Midnight Horse, and 1992, for Jim Ugly; Nene Award, 1992, for The Whipping Boy; Jo Osbourne Award for Humor in Children's Literature, 1997; Children's Literature Council of Southern California Award, 1997, for The Abracadabra Kid: A Writer's Life; Charley May Simon Children's Book Award, Arkansas Elementary School Council, and Black-Eyed Susan Award (Maryland), both 1998, and California Young Reader Medal, 1999, all for The 13th Floor: A Ghost Story; John and Patricia Beatty Award, California Library Association, 1999, and FOCAL Award, Los Angeles Public Library, 2002, both for Bandit's Moon; Golden Dolphin Award, Southern California Children's Booksellers Association; Literary Fellowship, Magic Castle's Academy of Magical Arts, 2002; establishment of Sid Fleischman Humor Award, Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, 2003.
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