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The official blog of JacketFlap.com. This is where we'll tell you about the latest features and happenings at JacketFlap.com. We'll also occasionally comment on the children's publishing industry as a whole.
1. Congratulations to Children's Choice Award finalists and get the widget

The finalists for the 2011 Children's Choice Book Awards were just announced. I'm excited to say that books written by four of JacketFlap's members are among the finalists! Please join me in congratulating the four finalists by clicking their names below and leaving a congratulations comment on their profiles:

Shark vs. Train, by Chris Barton

Hot Rod Hamster, by Cynthia Lord

Finally, by Wendy Mass

Even Monsters Need Haircuts, by Matthew McElligott

Voting for the finalists is now open. Children and teens will be able to cast their votes for their favorite books, author, and illustrator at bookstores, school libraries, and at the Book Week website ( 0 Comments on Congratulations to Children's Choice Award finalists and get the widget as of 1/1/1900
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