The Sydney Taylor Book Award is presented annually to outstanding books for children and teens that authentically portray the Jewish experience. Presented by the Association of Jewish Libraries since 1968, the award encourages the publication and widespread use of quality Judaic literature. 

2022

Internal Clock Reset Mix!

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2022

Vegan Food & Living

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Essential Holiday

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Southern Home

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Party Boards

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O, Quarterly

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2022

Silent Lotus

by Jeanne M Lee
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2022

Like a Dandelion

by Huy Voun Lee
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2022

Onsen: ¿qué hacen los monos?

by Pato Mena
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2022

Quizás algo hermoso: cómo el arte transformó un barrio

by Isabel F. Campoy
Call Number: S xz
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2022

The City Beautiful

by Polydoros, Aden
Call Number: YA

2022

Pioneer Woman

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2022

Too Far From Home

by Various Authors
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2022

Jewish Rock that Really Rocks

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2022

Birth Of The Cool

by Davis, Miles
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2022

The daughter of Doctor Moreau: a novel

by Silvia Moreno-Garcia
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2022

Soñadores

by Yuyi Morales
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2022

Magic: Once Upon a Faraway Land

by Mirelle Ortega
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2021

Dancing at the Pity Party: A Dead Mom Graphic Memoir

by Feder, Tyler
Call Number: 741.5 F293

A moving graphic memoir of a young woman trying to find herself after her mother dies from cancer. Both heartbreaking and hopeful, this is a love letter to the author's mother, and a reminder that when you feel alone in loss, someone in the world understands you.


2020

Someday We Will Fly

by DeWoskin, Rachel
Call Number: YA

2019

What the Night Sings

by Stamper, Vesper
Call Number: YA

2018

The Librarian of Auschwitz

by Iturbe, Antonio
Call Number: YA

2017

Anna and the Swallow Man

by Savit, Gavriel
Call Number: YA

2016

The Hired Girl

by Schlitz, Laura Amy
Call Number: YA

Recounted in the form of a diary, lively and intelligent Joan escapes an abusive family and a life of drudgery on the farm for hard work and opportunity in the city. While working as a hired girl in a well-to-do Jewish household, she learns about faith, family, love, and life, all the while holding out hope for a proper education.    


2015

Storm

by Napoli, Donna Jo
Call Number: YA

2014

The Nazi Hunters

by Bascomb, Neal
Call Number: 940.547243 E34Ba-1

Recounts how, sixteen years after the end of World War II, a team of undercover Israeli agents captured the Nazi war criminal, Adolf Eichmann, in a remote area of Argentina and brought him to trial in Israel for crimes committed during the Holocaust. Based on the adult bestseller Hunting Eichman by Neal Bascomb.

 


2013

Intentions

by Heiligman, Deborah
Call Number: YA

2012

The Berlin Boxing Club

by Sharenow, Rob
Call Number: YA

2011

The Things a Brother Knows

by Reinhardt, Dana
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2009

A Bottle in the Gaza Sea

by Zenatti, Valérie
Call Number: YA

2008

Strange Relations

by Levitin, Sonia
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2007

The Book Thief

by Zusak, Markus
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The story of a girl in World War II as she is separated from her family, helps her foster family shield a Jew from the Nazis, and becomes a book thief.