Jane Addams Children's Book Awards

Awarded annually to the children's books that effectively promote the cause of peace, social justice, and the equality of the sexes and all races.

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Malala's Magic Pencil
Book - 2017 Winner, Younger Children, 2018
Nominees: Malala Yousafzai
Available in some locations
The Enemy: Detroit 1954
The Enemy: Detroit 1954
The Enemy: Detroit 1954
Book Winner, Older Children, 2018
Nominees: Sara Holbrook
Sachiko
Book - 2016 Winner, Older Children, 2017
Nominees: Caren B. Stelson
Available in some locations
Steamboat School
Steamboat School
Steamboat School Inspired by A True Story, St. Louis, Missouri: 1847 By Hopkinson, Deborah
Book - 2016 Winner, Younger Children, 2017
Nominees: Deborah Hopkinson
Available in some locations
New Shoes
Book - 2015 Winner, Younger Children, 2016
Nominees: Susan Lynn
Available in some locations
Turning 15 on the Road to Freedom
Book - 2015 Winner, Older Children, 2016
Nominees: Lynda Blackmon Lowery
Available in some locations
Separate Is Never Equal
Separate Is Never Equal
Separate Is Never Equal Sylvia Mendez & Her Family's Fight for Desegregation By Tonatiuh, Duncan
Book - 2014 Winner, Younger Children, 2015
Nominees: Duncan Tonatiuh
Available in some locations
The Girl From the Tar Paper School
The Girl From the Tar Paper School
The Girl From the Tar Paper School Barbara Rose Johns and the Advent of the Civil Rights Movement By Kanefield, Teri
Book - 2014 Winner, Older Children, 2015
Nominees: Teri Kanefield
Available in some locations
Brave Girl
Brave Girl
Brave Girl Clara and the Shirtwaist Makers' Strike of 1909 By Markel, Michelle
Book - 2013 Winner, Younger Children, 2014
Nominees: Michelle Markel
Available in some locations
Sugar
Paperback - 2014 Winner, Older Children, 2014
Nominees: Jewell Parker Rhodes
Available in some locations
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