Minnesota Maud Hart Lovelace Book Award Master List
Georgina Hayes may be homeless, but she’s not hopeless.
She wasn’t supposed to survive the accident.But she did.
After losing his father, a boy has to find a way to survive on his own.
When a man joins the Navy, his family joins the Navy.
A lonely girl, a cantankerous talking rat, and a nanny who is doing very, very bad things . . .
Using diamond-shaped poems, Helen Frost tells the moving story of Willow and her family.
There’s no way a little thing like losing his hand will keep Norm from trying out for baseball.
A mystery involving strange explosions, hidden tunnels, and . . . singing orphans?
Four sports-crazy 5th grade boys deal with family, school, and friendship issues against the backdrop of their baseball season.
How to survive being good
Like a flashback memory, he’s there in my mind: skimming up the stairs at school, his sloppy old T-shirt big as a sail, red...