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Voting for 2022 Book Awards is CLOSED!

All votes were submitted by May 27, 2022.

Here are the 2022 Washington Book Award Winners!

  • OTTER: Red Panda & Moon Bear by Jarod Roselló
  • Sasquatch: Stargazing by Jen Wang
  • Towner: The Pig War: How a Porcine Tragedy Taught England and America to Share by Emma Bland Smith, illustrated by Alison Jay
  • WCCPBA: The Barnabus Project by Eric and Terry Fan (The Fan Brothers)

 

Here are the Wade King 2022 results!

Washington Children’s Choice Picture Award favorite at WK

Unicorns are the Worst by Alex Willan

The Otter Award for Short Chapter Book favorite at WK
Dave the Unicorn by Pip Bird
The Towner Award for Non-fiction favorite at WK
The Pig War by Emma Bland Smith
The Sasquatch Award for Middle Grade Fiction favorite at WK
The Forgotten Girl by India Hill Brown
The Young Readers Choice Award for Middle Grade Fiction goes to New Kid by Jerry Craft
A Wolf Called Wonder by Rosanne Parry was the WK favorite. New Kid by Jerry Craft has officially won the award for the Pacific Northwest Region which includes Alaska, Alberta, British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington.

You can borrow most of the titles in e-book or audiobook format for free from the public library on Libby. Place your holds now! Some might be free on Kindle right now.

 

Questions about the form and voting should be directed to Julie Hunter, Librarian at Wade King Elementary, Email  julie.hunter@bellinghamschools.org

Young Readers Choice Award! You decide! (Pacific Northwest Library Association) Students in Fourth and Fifth grades are eligible to vote for this award.

Washington Children’s Choice Picture Book Award (Washington Library Association, School Library Division)

Students in Kindergarten, First, Second and Third grades are eligible to vote for this award.

Sasquatch (Washington Library Association, School Library Division)

Students in Fourth and Fifth grades are eligible to vote for this award.

O.T.T.E.R. (Washington Library Association, School Library Division)

Students in Second and Third grades are eligible to vote for this award.

Towner Award (Washington Library Association, School Library Division)

Students in Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth grades are eligible to vote for this award.