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Greetings Friends,
     Once again I invite you to contribute to our annual survey of BEST 
BOOKS. What do you consider the best Elementary and Middle School 
children's books of 2007? Let me know your choices BY JANUARY 8, 2008 
or sooner. Since ALA Midwinter will announce their medals for 
children's books on Monday morning, January 14, I'd like to get our 
results in your hands before that, so send me your list as soon as 
     There are no restrictions in this LM-NET list. Any subject, any 
genre, by Americans or non-Americans, as long as they were published in 
2007. Feel free to list one or twenty-five or more.
        It is a help --- but don't let this slow you down --- if you can give 
an approximate
ranking by INTEREST LEVEL as:
PRIMARY (K-2, ages 5-7), INTERMEDIATE (Grades 3-5, ages 8-10), YA 
(Grades 6-8, ages 11-14).
         Happy holidays!

Joan Kimball, Concord, Mass.
Retired from Hart's Hill School Library,   Whitesboro NY
Reviewer for The Library Media Connection
Chair, Press Committee, National Storytelling Network   800-525-4514
publisher of "Telling Stories to Children" ed. Lehrman (2005)
and "Beginners Guide to Storytelling" ed. Rydell (2003)

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