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Woodridge School Library: RI Children's Book Award

The Susan Tardio Library at Woodridge Elementary School

What is the Rhode Island Children's Book Award?

 

20 books RI Kids are Reading! 

The list in the box below are 20 great books nominated to win an award.  You can help choose the winner by reading 3+ of them by February vacation.  Click the icon in the box to the right to register books you've read to be eligible to vote.  

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.

Rooster Games!

 

Read 8 or more RICBA Books by April 1  

Compete on a team to show your knowledge of the RI Children’s Book Award Books

 

Unique, Fun, Challenging Activities

Students must earn a spot on the team by reading 8 or more books by April 1st and submitting a reading record email for each book (see box below right).  

*Teams of eligible students will be created by the Cranston School Librarians.

Parents will be notified when their child is eligible to join the team. 

                 

Log Your Reading

Click the icon below to register books you've read.

Remember to submit 3 or more forms to vote.  

Past RICBA Winners

2019 Winner

2018 Winner: 

 

2017 Winner:

  

 

2016 Winner:

2015 Winner:

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2014 Winner:

Cover Art

2013 Winner: