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RI Teen Book Award: 2022 RITBA Nominees

The goal of the Rhode Island Teen Book Award is to promote quality literature for teens by highlighting well-written books that will be of interest to those between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age.

RITBA 2022 Nominees

He Must Like You Cover

Print and eBook versions of this book available at RI public libraries.

You Should See Me in a Crown Cover

The eBook is available on the EGHS Library catalog. Log in with five-digit lunch ID and password EGR.
Rhode Island public libraries have print, audio and eBooks available.

War and Speech Cover

Print and eBook versions of this book available at RI public libraries.

Stamped: Racism, Antiracism, and You Cover

Print book available in the EGHS Library catalog. 
Rhode Island public libraries have print, audio and eBooks available.
Book available on Learning Ally.

Punching the Air Cover

The ebook is available on the EGHS Library catalog. Log in with five-digit lunch ID and password EGR.
Rhode Island public libraries have print, audio and eBooks available.

Mooncakes Cover

Print and eBook versions are available at RI public libraries.

Rhode Island Teen Book Award Logo
The Fountains of Silence Cover

Print book available in the EGHS library
Rhode Island public libraries have print, audio and eBooks available.
Book available on Learning Ally.

The Downstairs Girl  Cover

Print book available in the EGHS library.
Print, ebook and audiobook versions of this book available at RI public libraries.
Book available on Learning Ally.

Concrete Kids Cover

Print, ebook and audiobook versions of this book available at RI public libraries.

The Rhode Island Teen Book Award

The goal of the Rhode Island Teen Book Award is to promote quality literature for teens by highlighting well-written books that will be of interest to those between the ages of 12 and 18 years of age.  It is the hope of the committee that by allowing teens to select the winner from each year's list of nominees, teens will be encouraged to not only read more, but also discuss the books they are reading with their friends and family at school, the local library, and at home. 

For more information visit their website the RITBA website

Please remember that not all books are suitable for all readers.