Ali Standish’s book, The Ethan I Was Before has been chosen as the winner of the 2017 AAUW NC Young People’s Literature Award.
Sheila Turnage’s book, Anybody Shining was honored as the winner of the 2016 AAUW (NC) Juvenile Literature Award.
Frances O’Roark Dowell’s book, Anybody Shining was honored as the winner of the 2015 AAUW Juvenile Literature Award.
Joan Holub’s book Little Red Writing was honored as the winner of the 2014 AAUW Juvenile Literature Award and she will be part of our 2015 annual meeting.
Here’s an update on what’s been happening in the branches around the state — and mark your calendars for the 2015 annual meeting.
Kelly Starling Lyons’ book Tea Cakes for Tosh was honored as the winner of the 2013 AAUW Juvenile Literature Award and will be part of our 2014 annual meeting.
The new AAUW program that offers a discount for online shopping with Barnes and Noble provides quick access to order the AAUW Juvenile Literature Award winning books.
Cathryn Sill received the AAUW Award for Juvenile Literature at the North Carolina Literary and Historical Association 108th Meeting held on Saturday, November 8, in Raleigh.
The winner of the 2008 AAUW award for Juvenile Literature will be announced on Saturday afternoon, November 8 at the NC Museum of History in Raleigh.
Eleanora E. Tate, the author of Celesteâ€™s Harlem Renaissance, received the AAUW Juvenile Literature Award at a the meeting of the NC Literary and Historical Society in Asheville on Saturday, Nov. 10.