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February 14, 2011

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3tnar.blogspot.com

Soooooooooo beyond thrilled for Split! As hard as it was to pick the top seven, Split is the one that has stayed with me the longest. Congratulations, Ms. Avasthi!

aquafortis

What an excellent group of picks. Congratulations to everyone!

Sherylbooks

Congratulations Cybils Award winners. Wonderful to have so many great books to add to my "to read" pile.

www.readalouddad.com

Hip hip hooray! Great choices indeed.

Imagine - I received We Are in a Book! today by post, great timing Mr Postman!

My kids and I am enjoying it tonight.

I'm also looking forward to reading Meanwhile soon.

Read Aloud Dad

Amynoblethomas

Great to see some of my personal favorites on this list...as well as some new titles to check out. Congratulations to all!

Llowens.blogspot.com

Great picks! Congratulations to all the winners!

Daredreamdig

Four books to add on my list:
The Extraordinary Life of Mark Twain
Rot & Ruin
Split
Yummy

Justbooks4kids

Congrats to the winners. I definitely want to check out Mirror, Mirror, Yummy, and Interrupting Chicken now!

Cat Healy

Shadows The Books of Elsewhere was fantastic, I am so happy it won.

Sort of sad that Plain Kate by Erin Bow didn't win though. That was possibly the most impact a book has had on me in my life.

Pamela Turner

I always thought the discovery of the source of yellow fever was a great, dramatic story, and deserved a book all its own. Suzanne Jurmain did a masterful job -- congrats to her!

Eden Manseau

Congratulations to the winners! Origami Yoda was one of my favorites this year. I think The Shadows and Rot & Ruin may be going on my TBR list :-)

Shutta Crum

What great winners! Kudos to the Cybils again!!!

Thatlauraruby

Congrats to all the winners! I'm so glad to see Mayberry's Rot & Ruin on the list. Not normally a big zombie fan, but this one was a page-turner.

-- Laura Ruby

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