2009 Nominations are now closed

Welcome to the 2009 Cybils awards. Our nominations are closed for this year but there's more fun to come. Our finalists are announced on January 1st, so there's a reason to wake up early on New Year's Day. Read on for the full list of nominations …

Updated FAQs

Okay, it took a while, but I finally updated our FAQs. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please put it in the comments and I’ll answer them. –Anne Levy, editor. 1. Which books are eligible? Any children’s or YA book published in English in 2007, including translated and bilingual books. 2. How do I nominate a book?First, …

A behind-the-scenes look at the nominating panels

Fifty-some bloggers on eight committees are busy finding, reading, and evaluating the hundreds of titles nominated for the 2007 Cybils. What will they be doing and thinking about when choosing the best children’s and YA books of 2007? I. Organizers Each panel organizer supervises the full list of nominations, which includes: Making sure a book has been nominated in the …

FAQs

You asked (griped, whined, hollered) — we heard. Here’s a few questions that have come my way: 1. Which books are eligible?Any children’s or YA book published in English in 2006, including translated and bilingual books. 2. How do I nominate a book? Type them into the comments section under each category. Categories are listed to your right, or scroll …

De Rewls

The categories will be posted very, very soon. Thanks for your patience. In the meantime, here are the rules. You will be quizzed on this later.  1. The book must be published in 2006 in English. Translations and bilingual books are okay too. 2. You can be anybody. You don’t have to be a blogger to nominate a book. You …