Newbery Honor

Newbery Honor

The Newbery Honor is a citation given by the Association for Library Service to Children of the American Library Association (ALA). The Newbery Honor is given to worthy runners-up for the Newbery Medal, a higher honor. Though the Newbery Honor was initiated in 1971, specially cited runners-up for the Newbery Medal from previous years were retroactively named Newbery Honor books.

The following is a list of Newbery Honor books, in reverse chronological order:

The 2000s

*"Elijah of Buxton" by Christopher Paul Curtis (Scholastic)
*"The Wednesday Wars" by Gary D. Schmidt (Clarion)
*"Feathers" by Jacqueline Woodson (Putnam)2007
*"Penny from Heaven" by Jennifer L. Holm (Random House)
*"Hattie Big Sky" by Kirby Larson (Delacorte Press)
*"Rules" by Cynthia Lord (Scholastic)2006
*"Whittington" by Alan Armstrong (Random House)
*"" by Susan Campbell Bartoletti (Scholastic Nonfiction, an imprint of Scholastic)
*"Princess Academy" by Shannon Hale (Bloomsbury Children's Books)
*"Show Way" by Jacqueline Woodson (G.P. Putnam's Sons)2005
*"Al Capone Does My Shirts" by Gennifer Choldenko (G.P. Putnam's Sons/a division of Penguin Young Readers Group)
*"" by Russell Freedman (Clarion Books/Houghton Mifflin)
*"Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy" by Gary D. Schmidt (Clarion Books/Houghton Mifflin)2004
*"Olive's Ocean" by Kevin Henkes (Greenwillow Books)
*"" by Jim Murphy (Clarion Books) 2003
*"The House of the Scorpion" by Nancy Farmer (Atheneum)
*"Pictures of Hollis Woods" by Patricia Reilly Giff (Random House/Wendy Lamb Books)
*"Hoot" by Carl Hiaasen (Knopf)
*"A Corner of the Universe" by Ann M. Martin (Scholastic)
*"Surviving the Applewhites" by Stephanie S. Tolan (HarperCollins) 2002
*"Everything on a Waffle" by Polly Horvath (Farrar Straus Giroux)
*"" by Marilyn Nelson (Front Street) 2001
*"Hope Was Here" by Joan Bauer (G.P. Putnam’s Sons)
*"Because of Winn-Dixie" by Kate DiCamillo (Candlewick Press)
*"Joey Pigza Loses Control" by Jack Gantos (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux)
*"The Wanderer" by Sharon Creech (Joanna Cotler Books/HarperCollins) 2000
*"Getting Near to Baby" by Audrey Couloumbis (Putnam)
*"Our Only May Amelia" by Jennifer L. Holm (HarperCollins)
*"26 Fairmount Avenue" by Tomie dePaola (Putnam)

The 1990s

*"A Long Way from Chicago" by Richard Peck (Dial) 1998
*"Ella Enchanted" by Gail Carson Levine (HarperCollins)
*"Lily's Crossing" by Patricia Reilly Giff (Delacorte)
*"Wringer" by Jerry Spinelli (HarperCollins) 1997
*"A Girl Named Disaster" by Nancy Farmer (Richard Jackson/Orchard Books)
*"The Moorchild" by Eloise McGraw (Margaret McElderry/Simon & Schuster)
*"The Thief" by Megan Whalen Turner (Greenwillow/Morrow)
*"Belle Prater's Boy" by Ruth White (Farrar Straus Giroux) 1996
*"What Jamie Saw" by Carolyn Coman (Front Street)
*"" by Christopher Paul Curtis (Delacorte)
*"Yolonda's Genius" by Carol Fenner (Margaret K. McElderry/Simon & Schuster)
*"The Great Fire" by Jim Murphy (Scholastic)1995
*"Catherine, Called Birdy" by Karen Cushman (Clarion)
*"The Ear, the Eye and the Arm" by Nancy Farmer (Jackson/Orchard) 1994
*"Crazy Lady" by Jane Leslie Conly (HarperCollins)
*"Dragon's Gate" by Laurence Yep (HarperCollins)
*"" by Russell Freedman (Clarion Books) 1993
*"What Hearts" by Bruce Brooks (A Laura Geringer Book, a HarperCollins imprint)
*"" by Patricia McKissack (Knopf)
*''Somewhere in the Darkness" by Walter Dean Myers (Scholastic Hardcover) 1992
*"" by Avi (Jackson/Orchard)
*"" by Russell Freedman (Holiday House) 1991
*"The True Confessions of Charlotte Doyle" by Avi (Jackson/Orchard) 1990
*"Afternoon of the Elves" by Janet Taylor Lisle (Jackson/Orchard)
*"Shabanu, Daughter of the Wind" by Suzanne Fisher Staples (Knopf)
*"The Winter Room" by Gary Paulsen (Jackson/Orchard)

The 1980s

*"" by Virginia Hamilton (Harcourt)
*"Scorpions" by Walter Dean Myers (Harper) 1988
*"After The Rain (novel)" by Norma Fox Mazer (Morrow)
*"Hatchet" by Gary Paulsen (Bradbury) 1987
*"A Fine White Dust" by Cynthia Rylant (Bradbury)
*"On My Honor" by Marion Dane Bauer (Clarion)
*"" by Patricia Lauber (Bradbury) 1986
*"Commodore Perry In the Land of the Shogun" by Rhoda Blumberg (Lothrop)
*"Dogsong" by Gary Paulsen (Bradbury) 1985
*"Like Jake and Me" by Mavis Jukes (Knopf)
*"The Moves Make the Man" by Bruce Brooks (Harper)
*"One-Eyed Cat" by Paula Fox (Bradbury) 1984
*"The Sign of the Beaver" by Elizabeth George Speare (Houghton)
*"A Solitary Blue" by Cynthia Voigt (Atheneum)
*"Sugaring Time" by Kathryn Lasky (Macmillan)
*"The Wish Giver" by Bill Brittain (Harper) 1983
*"Doctor De Soto" by William Steig (Farrar)
*"Graven Images (book)" by Paul Fleischman (Harper)
*"" by Jean Fritz (Putnam)
*"Sweet Whispers, Brother Rush" by Virginia Hamilton (Philomel) 1982
*"Ramona Quimby, Age 8" by Beverly Cleary (Morrow)
*"" by Aranka Siegal (Farrar)
*"The Blue Sword" by Robin McKinley1981
*"The Fledgling" by Jane Langton (Harper)
*"A Ring of Endless Light" by Madeleine L'Engle (Farrar) 1980
*"" by David Kherdian (Greenwillow)

The 1970s

*"The Great Gilly Hopkins" by Katherine Paterson (Crowell) 1978
*"Ramona and Her Father" by Beverly Cleary (Morrow)
*"" by Jamake Highwater (Lippincott) 1977
*"Abel's Island" by William Steig (Farrar)
*"A String in the Harp" by Nancy Bond (Atheneum) 1976
*"The Hundred Penny Box" by Sharon Bell Mathis (Viking)
*"Dragonwings" by Laurence Yep (Harper) 1975
*"Figgs & Phantoms" by Ellen Raskin (Dutton)
*"My Brother Sam Is Dead" by James Lincoln Collier & Christopher Collier (Four Winds)
*"The Perilous Gard" by Elizabeth Marie Pope (Houghton)
*"Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe" by Bette Greene (Dial) 1974
*"The Dark Is Rising" by Susan Cooper (McElderry/Atheneum) 1973
*"Frog and Toad Together" by Arnold Lobel (Harper)
*"The Upstairs Room" by Johanna Reiss (Crowell)
*"The Witches of Worm" by Zilpha Keatley Snyder (Atheneum) 1972
*"Incident At Hawk's Hill" by Allan W. Eckert (Little, Brown)
*"The Planet of Junior Brown "by Virginia Hamilton (Macmillan)
*"The Tombs of Atuan" by Ursula K. Le Guin (Atheneum)
*"Annie and the Old One" by Miska Miles (Little, Brown)
*"The Headless Cupid" by Zilpha Keatley Snyder (Atheneum) 1971
*"Knee-Knock Rise" by Natalie Babbitt (Farrar)
*"Enchantress From the Stars" by Sylvia Louise Engdahl (Atheneum)
*"Sing Down the Moon" by Scott O'Dell (Houghton) 1970
*"Our Eddie" by Sulamith Ish-Kishor (Pantheon)
*"" by Janet Gaylord Moore (World)
*"Journey Outside" by Mary Q. Steele (Viking)

The 1960s

*"To Be a Slave" by Julius Lester (Dial)
*"When Shlemiel Went to Warsaw and Other Stories" by Isaac Bashevis Singer (Farrar) 1968
*"Jennifer, Hecate, Macbeth, William McKinley, and Me, Elizabeth" by E. L. Konigsburg (Atheneum)
*"The Black Pearl" by Scott O'Dell (Houghton)
*"The Fearsome Inn" by Isaac Bashevis Singer (Scribner)
*"The Egypt Game" by Zilpha Keatley Snyder (Atheneum) 1967
*"The King's Fifth" by Scott O'Dell (Houghton)
*"Zlateh The Goat and Other Stories" by Isaac Bashevis Singer (Harper)
*"The Jazz Man" by Mary Hays Weik (Atheneum) 1966
*"The Black Cauldron" by Lloyd Alexander (Holt)
*"The Animal Family" by Randall Jarrell (Pantheon)
*"The Noonday Friends" by Mary Stolz (Harper) 1965
*"Across Five Aprils" by Irene Hunt (Follett) 1964
*"Rascal" by Sterling North (Dutton)
*"The Loner (novel)" by Ester Wier (McKay) 1963
*"" by Sorche Nic Leodhas, pseud. (Leclaire Alger) (Holt)
*"Men of Athens" by Olivia Coolidge (Houghton) 1962
*"Frontier Living" by Edwin Tunis (World)
*"The Golden Goblet" by Eloise Jarvis McGraw (Coward)
*"Belling The Tiger" by Mary Stolz (Harper) 1961
*"" by Gerald W. Johnson (Morrow)
*"Old Ramon (novel)" by Jack Schaefer (Houghton)
*"The Cricket in Times Square" by George Selden, pseud. (George Thompson) (Farrar) 1960
*"My Side of the Mountain" by Jean Craighead George (Dutton)
*"" by Gerald W. Johnson (Morrow)
*"The Gammage Cup" by Carol Kendall (Harcourt)

The 1950s

*"The Family Under The Bridge" by Natalie Savage Carlson (Harper)
*"Along Came A Dog" by Meindert DeJong (Harper)
*"" by Francis Kalnay (Harcourt)
*"The Perilous Road" by William O. Steele (Harcourt)

*"The Horsecatcher" by Mari Sandoz (Westminster)
*"Gone-Away Lake" by Elizabeth Enright (Harcourt)
*"The Great Wheel" by Robert Lawson (Viking)
*"Tom Paine, Freedom's Apostle" by Leo Gurko (Crowell) 1957
*"Old Yeller" by Fred Gipson (Harper)
*"The House of Sixty Fathers" by Meindert DeJong (Harper)
*"Mr. Justice Holmes" by Clara Ingram Judson (Follett)
*"The Corn Grows Ripe" by Dorothy Rhoads (Viking)
*"Black Fox of Lorne" by Marguerite de Angeli (Doubleday)

*"The Secret River" by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings (Scribner)
*"The Golden Name Day" by Jennie Lindquist (Harper)
*"Men, Microscopes, and Living Things" by Katherine Shippen (Viking)

*"Courage of Sarah Noble" by Alice Dalgliesh (Scribner)
*"Banner In The Sky" by James Ullman (Lippincott)

*"All Alone (novel)" by Claire Huchet Bishop (Viking)
*"Shadrach (novel)" by Meindert DeJong (Harper)
*"Hurry Home, Candy" by Meindert DeJong (Harper)
*"Theodore Roosevelt, Fighting Patriot" by Clara Ingram Judson (Follett)
*"Magic Maize" by Mary & Conrad Buff (Houghton)

*"Charlotte's Web" by E. B. White (Harper)
*"Moccasin Trail" by Eloise Jarvis McGraw (Coward)
*"Red Sails to Capri" by Ann Weil (Viking)
*"The Bears on Hemlock Mountain" by Alice Dalgliesh (Scribner)
*"Birthdays of Freedom, Vol. 1" by Genevieve Foster (Scribner)

*"Americans Before Columbus" by Elizabeth Baity (Viking)
*"Minn of the Mississippi" by Holling C. Holling (Houghton)
*"The Defender (novel)" by Nicholas Kalashnikoff (Scribner)
*"The Light at Tern Rock" by Julia Sauer (Viking)
*"The Apple and the Arrow" by Mary & Conrad Buff (Houghton)

*"Better Known as Johnny Appleseed" by Mabel Leigh Hunt (Lippincott)
*"Gandhi, Fighter Without a Sword" by Jeanette Eaton (Morrow)
*"Abraham Lincoln, Friend of the People" by Clara Ingram Judson (Follett)
*"The Story of Appleby Capple" by Anne Parrish (Harper)

*"Tree of Freedom" by Rebecca Caudill (Viking)
*"The Blue Cat of Castle Town" by Catherine Coblentz (Longmans)
*"Kildee House" by Rutherford Montgomery (Doubleday)
*"George Washington (novel)" by Genevieve Foster (Scribner)
*"" by Walter & Marion Havighurst (Winston)

The 1940s

*"Seabird (novel)" by Holling C. Holling (Houghton)
*"Daughter of the Mountain" by Louise Rankin (Viking)
*"My Father's Dragon" by Ruth S. Gannett (Random House)
*"Story of the Negro" by Arna Bontemps (Knopf)

*"Pancakes-Paris" by Claire Huchet Bishop (Viking)
*"Li Lun, Lad of Courage" by Carolyn Treffinger (Abingdon)
*"The Quaint and Curious Quest of Johnny Longfoot" by Catherine Besterman (Bobbs-Merrill)
*"The Cow-Tail Switch, and Other West African Stories" by Harold Courlander (Holt)
*"Misty of Chincoteague" by Marguerite Henry (Rand McNally)

*"Wonderful Year" by Nancy Barnes (Messner)
*"Big Tree (novel)" by Mary & Conrad Buff (Viking)
*"The Heavenly Tenants" by William Maxwell (Harper)
*"The Avion My Uncle Flew" by Cyrus Fisher, pseud. (Darwin L. Teilhet) (Appleton)
*"The Hidden Treasure of Glaston" by Eleanor Jewett (Viking)

*"Justin Morgan Had a Horse" by Marguerite Henry (Rand McNally)
*"The Moved-Outers" by Florence Crannell Means (Houghton)
*"Bhimsa, the Dancing Bear" by Christine Weston (Scribner)
*"New Found World" by Katherine Shippen (Viking)

*"The Hundred Dresses" by Eleanor Estes (Harcourt)
*"The Silver Pencil" by Alice Dalgliesh (Scribner)
*"Abraham Lincoln's World" by Genevieve Foster (Scribner)
*"" by Jeanetter Eaton (Harcourt)

*"These Happy Golden Years" by Laura Ingalls Wilder (Harper)
*"Fog Magic" by Julia Sauer (Viking)
*"Rufus M." by Eleanor Estes (Harcourt)
*"Mountain Born" by Elizabeth Yates (Coward)

*"The Middle Moffat" by Eleanor Estes (Harcourt)
*"Have You Seen Tom Thumb?" by Mabel Leigh Hunt (Lippincott)

*"Little Town on the Prairie" by Laura Ingalls Wilder (Harper)
*"George Washington's World" by Genevieve Foster (Scribner)
*"" by Lois Lenski (Lippincott)
*"Down Ryton Water" by Eva Roe Gaggin (Viking)

*"Blue Willow" by Doris Gates (Viking)
*"Young Mac of Fort Vancouver" by Mary Jane Carr (Crowell)
*"The Long Winter" by Laura Ingalls Wilder (Harper)
*"Nansen" by Anna Gertrude Hall (Viking)

*"The Singing Tree" by Kate Seredy (Viking)
*"" by Mabel Robinson (Random House)
*"By the Shores of Silver Lake" by Laura Ingalls Wilder (Harper)
*"Boy with a Pack" by Stephen W. Meader (Harcourt)

The 1930s

*"Nino (novel)" by Valenti Angelo (Viking)
*"Mr. Popper's Penguins" by Richard & Florence Atwater (Little, Brown)
*"Hello the Boat!" by Phyllis Crawford (Holt)
*"" by Jeanette Eaton (Harcourt)
*"Penn (novel)" by Elizabeth Janet Gray (Viking)

*"" by James Cloyd Bowman (Little, Brown)
*"Bright Island" by Mabel Robinson (Random House)
*"On the Banks of Plum Creek" by Laura Ingalls Wilder (Harper)

*"" by Lois Lenski (Stokes)
*"Whistler's Van" by Idwal Jones (Viking)
*"The Golden Basket" by Ludwig Bemelmans (Viking)
*"Winterbound" by Margery Bianco (Margery Williams) (Viking)
*"The Codfish Musket" by Agnes Hewes (Doubleday)
*"Audubon (book)" by Constance Rourke (Harcourt)

*"Honk, the Moose" by Phil Stong (Dodd)
*"The Good Master" by Kate Seredy (Viking)
*"Young Walter Scott" by Elizabeth Janet Gray (Viking)
*"" by Armstrong Sperry (Winston)

*"Pageant of Chinese History" by Elizabeth Seeger (Longmans)
*"Davy Crockett (book)" by Constance Rourke (Harcourt)
*"" by Hilda van Stockum (Harper)

*"The Forgotten Daughter" by Caroline Snedeker (Doubleday)
*"Swords of Steel" by Elsie Singmaster (Houghton)
*"ABC Bunny" by Wanda Gág (Coward)
*"Winged Girl of Knossos" by Erik Berry, pseud. (Allena Best) (Appleton)
*"New Land" by Sarah Schmidt (McBride)
*"" by Padraic Colum (Macmillan)
*"Glory of the Seas" by Agnes Hewes (Knopf)
*"Apprentice of Florence" by Ann Kyle (Houghton)

*"Swift Rivers" by Cornelia Meigs (Little, Brown)
*"" by Hildegarde Swift (Harcourt)
*"" by Nora Burglon (Doubleday)

*"The Fairy Circus" by Dorothy P. Lathrop (Macmillan)
*"Calico Bush (novel)" by Rachel Field (Macmillan)
*"Boy of the South Seas" by Eunice Tietjens (Coward-McCann)
*"Out of the Flame" by Eloise Lownsbery (Longmans)
*"Jane's Island" by Marjorie Allee (Houghton)
*"Truce of the Wolf and Other Tales of Old Italy" by Mary Gould Davis (Harcourt)

*"Floating Island (book)" by Anne Parrish (Harper)
*"" by Alida Malkus (Harcourt)
*"Queer Person" by Ralph Hubbard (Doubleday)
*"Mountains are Free" by Julie Davis Adams (Dutton)
*"Spice and the Devil's Cave" by Agnes Hewes (Knopf)
*"Meggy MacIntosh" by Elizabeth Janet Gray (Doubleday)
*"" by Herbert Best (Doubleday)
*"Ood-Le-Uk the Wanderer" by Alice Lide & Margaret Johansen (Little, Brown)

*"" by Jeanette Eaton (Harper)
*"Pran of Albania" by Elizabeth Miller (Doubleday)
*"Jumping-Off Place" by Marion Hurd McNeely (Longmans)
*"The Tangle-Coated Horse and Other Tales" by Ella Young (Longmans)
*"Vaino, A Boy of New Finland" by Julia Davis Adams (Dutton)
*"" by Hildegarde Swift (Harcourt)

The 1920s

*"Pigtail of Ah Lee Ben Loo" by John Bennett (Longmans)
*"Millions of Cats" by Wanda Gág (Coward)
*"The Boy Who Was" by Grace Hallock (Dutton)
*"Clearing Weather'' by Cornelia Meigs (Little, Brown)
*"Runaway Papoose" by Grace Moon (Doubleday)
*"Tod of the Fens" by Elinor Whitney (Macmillan)

*"The Wonder Smith and His Son" by Ella Young (Longmans)
*"Downright Dencey" by Caroline Snedeker (Doubleday)

1927 [None recorded]

*"" by Padraic Colum (Macmillan)

*"" by Annie Carroll Moore (Putnam)
*"The Dream Coach" by Anne Parrish (Macmillan)

1924 [None recorded]

1923 [None recorded]

*"The Great Quest" by Charles Hawes (Little, Brown)
*"Cedric the Forester" by Bernard Marshall (Appleton)
*"" by William Bowen (Macmillan)
*"The Golden Fleece and The Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles" by Padraic Colum (Macmillan)
*"The Windy Hill" by Cornelia Meigs (Macmillan)

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