- We are excited to present read-alouds, book trailers, book talks and activities for the 2022 North Carolina Children's Book Award Nominees. These lesson plans are provided by NCCBA committee members for librarians and teachers to use. Children may vote for their favorite title if they have read at least 5 of the 12 nominees. Voting begins in March and ends in April. Go to the NCCBA Blogspot to submit your student's votes!It's also time to start nominating books for the 2022-2023 North Carolina Children's Book Awards! Nominations are submitted by the children of North Carolina in grades K-6th. Teachers and librarians may help children enter their nominations, but no teacher or librarian should enter their own favorites. That's what makes this award so special - the books are nominated by kids and voted on by kids to determine the top two books of the year! Go to the NCCBA Blogspot to start nominating!Kids may nominate more than one favorite.
- English Language Arts, STEM
- Lower Primary, Upper Primary, Middle School, High School
- Material Type:
- Lesson, Lesson Plan
- LISA DENNING, Carrie Robledo
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