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Langley Picture Book of the Year

2015


Here's a Record sheet that students may use for keeping track of ratings as each book is read or use this reduced option to rate or as the ballot form at voting time. Thank you to Wendy Wallis.


Bookmarks

Click HERE for some general ideas and activities to use with all of the books.

 

 

 Below (with thanks to Deb Cowland) are some specific links and ideas for this year's nominees:

 

 

The Black Rabbit

 Activities and blacklines from publisher


 Philippa Leather's author site

 

 

 

 

 

Sam and Dave Dig a Hole

 Book Trailer


 Mac Barnett's author site


 Jon Klassen illustrator video
 

 

 


If Kids Ruled the World

Linda Bailey's author site

Reading Power Adrienne Gear 

 

 

That is Not a Good Idea!

Book Trailer

Activities from publisher


Event Kit


Pinterest Ideas Galore
 

 

 

The Day the Crayons Quit

Book Trailer


Educator's Kit


Pinterest Ideas Galore


Author links and lesson ideas

 

 

Three Bears in a Boat

 

  

 

Book Trailer by the author


David Soman's author site

 

 

 

The Most Magnificent Thing

Book Trailer


Author video


Ashley Spires' author site

 

 

 

Mustache Baby

Book Trailer


Bridget Heos author site

 

 

Dangerously Ever After

 

Teaching Ideas


Dashka Slater's author site

Tea Party Rules

 

Book Trailer


Interview with the author 

 

 

  2014 Results 

We had 3700 students voting from 27 schools.

  1. A is for Musk-Ox by Erin Cabatingan
  2. Dragons Love Tacos by Adam Rubin
  3. Creepy Carrots by Aaron Reynolds

 


 


 
2013 Results 

We had 3777 students voting from 26 schools.

  1. The Duckling Gets a Cookie!? by Mo Willems
  2. Swim, Swim by Lerch
  3. Silly Doggie! by Adam Stower

 

2012 Results

We had 3819 students vote from 27 schools.

 

 

1.  Press Here by Herve Tullet

 

 

 

2.  Pete the Cat by Eric Litwin

 

3.  The Little Red Pen by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel

 Thank you to everyone who took part in our first annual Langley PBOY program.

 
 

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