A few more reactions have come in over the weeks, and we’d like to highlight them. Yay for all the reactions!
Picking up where we left of:
— ABRAMS Kids (@abramskids) January 3, 2018
@cybils Belated huge thanks for including Fred Korematsu Speaks Up in your Elementary/NF nonfiction category. Stan and I are so grateful and honored to be in such wonderful company. Thanks for all that you do!
— Laura Atkins (@tockla) January 3, 2018
OMG!!! So grateful and honored that Suee and the Shadow is a @cybils finalist! Thank you!! 😍😍😍
— Ginger Ly | 진저리 👀👓 (@GingerlyWrites) January 4, 2018
.@joanpaq & @LaurieThompson‘s TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE: IT’S ALIVE has been named a 2017 Cybils Award finalist for Elementary/Middle Grade Non-fiction! https://t.co/P0SUi9hBqR http://pic.twitter.com/vOGQhHmd8q
— HarperChildrens (@HarperChildrens) January 4, 2018
— ABRAMS Kids (@abramskids) January 4, 2018
WOW!! So excited to share that @Jess_Keating SHARK LADY is a @cybils finalist in Elementary/Middle Grade Nonfiction Category! This year, 1,426 books were nominated across 12 categories ranging from picture books to young adult. Congrats, Jess! @Sourcebooks @JabberwockyKids
— Dominique Raccah (@draccah) January 4, 2018
Thank you so much for getting our Shark Lady out to readers!! Happy New Year to you, too!
— Jess Keating (@Jess_Keating) January 4, 2018
Congrats to @cybils finalists OUT OF WONDER @kwamealexander (Poetry/ illus. Ekua Holmes @Candlewick ) and ZOO SCIENTISTS TO THE RESCUE @PatriciaNewman (MG NF/ photos @AnnieCrawley @LernerBooks ). http://pic.twitter.com/I9dBFKKEbG
— East West Literary (@EastWestLit) January 4, 2018
Awesome! Thank you so much! I’ve been without internet for weeks, and this is the first time I’ve seen this!
— Alan Gratz (@AlanGratz) January 9, 2018
— little bee books (@littlebeebooks) January 9, 2018