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Edgewood Highland School Library: Rhode Island Children's Book Award 2020

Find Out About the RICBA Authors!

If you want to find out more about the authors who write these books, you can visit this website, which was put together by the RICBA 2020 committee:

It has links to author videos and author web sites.

Happy Exploring!

Get Your RICBA Books at the Cranston Public Library!

Check out the Cranston Public Library!

Click the icon below to go to the web site and CPL on line catalog.

 

 

Also, click the icon below to see what e-books the Cranston Public Library has available for you!  (You'll need your library card number to borrow/read books this way)

 

You can also get audio books!  Great for travelling and family trips!

 

Check HERE to see all the Great Stuff the Cranston Public Library is doing this summer!

It's Time to Vote!

If you have read at least 3 books (and I think we have read at least 3 together :-), then it's time to vote.

WHEN IT'S TIME TO VOTE (FEB 2020), Click on the medal to cast your vote for your favorite Rhode Island Children's Book Award Nominee for 2020.

 

 

 

 

Past RICBA Winners

The 2019 RICBA winning book was

 

The 2018 RICBA winning book was 

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The 2017 RICBA winning book was

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The 2016 RICBA winning book was

The 2015 RICBA winning book was 

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The 2014 RICBA winning book was

Cover Art

The 2013 winning book was

The 2012 winning book was

Standards

Click the link below to view the AASL, CCSS and ISTE standards aligned with this activity.

2020 Nominees

All book summaries courtesy of Follett. If the title of a book is blue, you can click on it to watch a book trailer (we're missing A Pup Called Trouble, Inky's Amazing Escape, Margo and Mateo Save the World, Monster Mayhem, Solar System: Our Place in Space, and The Train of Lost Things).  

You can print out this chart of book covers and keep track of which ones you've read.

Many thanks to Ms. Moore of Garden City and Oaklawn Elementary Schools for the content of this box.

RICBA in the News: Rooster Games!

Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2019 Story in the Cranston Herald!

Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2019 on the Cranston Public Library Web Page!

Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2018 Story in the Cranston Herald!

Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2018 on the Cranston Public Library Web Page!

Click on the file below to read a pdf copy of the Cranston Herald Rooster Games article!