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My Top Five Printz Books

My fabulous friend Abby (of Abby the Librarian fame) asked me what my Top 5 Printz books were, since I'm running for a spot on the 2013 Printz Committee (YALSA members-I'd love your vote!) It was a tough question to answer, but I narrowed my list down to five. Check out Abby's blog for the GreenBeanTeenQueen Top 5 Printz Books!


  1. id love to vote for you--but i've no clue how. i dont even know if im eligible...!

  2. Aleeza-The voting is opne only to YALSA members. But even if you can't vote, I'm happy knowing you would if you could! Thanks for the support!:)

  3. I'll have to check Abby's blog out. I love it already because of her name ;p

  4. I'm so excited you're on the ballot!! You've definitely got my vote :) I just checked out your post, and was so surprised to see Angus, Thongs, and Full Frontal Snogging. I had no idea that book was a Printz winner! How I live now has been sitting on my book shelf and you just got me super excited to read it :)

  5. Abby-you'll love my list-Georgia is on it!:)

    Katie-I'm so glad! And yep, Angus was a Printz Honor in 2000-I wish more funny books would win! And I was really blown away by How I Live Now, so if you read it let me know what you think!


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