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RIMSBA 2024 Nominees

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Black Boy Joy
Ophie's Ghosts
The Elephant in the Room
Linked
Hide and Seeker
Too Bright to See
This Book Is Anti-Racist
The Insiders
Another Kind
Brave Like That
The Blackbird Girls
Amari and the Night Brothers
Alone
Starfish
Rez Dogs
Amazing Treasures
The Legend of Auntie Po
The Shape of Thunder

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Selection Policy: Newport Public Schools-- Policy 6381 Instructional Resources & Materials -  Selection of Instructional Materials

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Interlibrary Loan Policy: As a member of the RILINK consortium, Thompson Middle School follows RILINK policy.

 

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And the winner is...

The 2023 Rhode Island Middle School Book Award (RIMSBA) winner is

   Hide and Seeker by

     Daka Hermon

 

 

 

 

  Second place goes to:

Alone By Megan E. Freeman  

 

 and third place goes to: 

Another Kind by Trevor Bream and Cait May 

The TMS student vote was:

1.   Alone

2.   Blackbird Girls

3.   Hide & Seeker

 

 

Read 3 2024 RIMSBA Nominees by March & Vote for a winner!

Thompson Middle School Teacher-Librarian