The Notable Children’s Books Committee of the Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) has compiled the Notable Children’s Books list for 2012. The committee, comprising of librarians throughout the U.S., selected the titles from the several thousand children’s books published during 2011. Included are books of fiction, information, poetry, and pictures — all of special interest and value to children through age 14.
Tundra is proud to announce that Stones for My Father has been included in this noteworthy list. Congratulations Trilby Kent!
Stones for My Father
Written by Trilby Kent
Hardcover | 176 pages | Ages 11+
“In evocative prose, Kent creates a compelling survival story of young Corlie Roux, a Boer girl in South Africa during the Anglo-Boer War at the turn of the last century.” — Notable Children’s Books Committee
Trilby has also had two successful blog tours, for her debut novel, Medina Hill and her second novel, Stones for My Father.
One Reply to “Notable Children’s Books: 2012”
Hurrah! I’ve known Trilby since she was a young girl and am so thrilled to see this talented writer get the recognition she deserves! (I loved the book, too.) — Beth Nolan Conners
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