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February 24, 2021

Winner of this year's Michael L. Printz Award, Everything Sad Is Untrue: A True Story, by Daniel Nayeri, spins a tale of his Persian forebears and the chain of events that led to his mother fleeing to Oklahoma with him when he was small.

Unspeakable: The Tulsa Race Massacre, by Carole Boston Weatherford, illustrated by Floyd Cooper, is a beautiful picture book about a horrible event in American history, the day in 1921 when a mob burned and destroyed the thriving and prospering Black community in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Happy Reading!

—Sondra Eklund

by Nina Freudenberger
with Sadie Stein
photographs by Shade Degges

The Art of Bible Translation
by Robert Alter

by Carole Boston Weatherford
illustrated by Floyd Cooper

A Sporting Chance
by Lori Alexander
illustrated by Allan Drummond

The Lost Girls of Paris
by Pam Jenoff
performed by Candace Thaxton, Elizabeth Knowelden, and Henrietta Meire

A Christmas Resolution
by Anne Perry

Echo Mountain
by Lauren Wolk

by Varian Johnson
illustrated by Shannon Wright

Magic for Marigold
by L. M. Montgomery

Everything Sad Is Untrue
by Daniel Nayeri

How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate Stories
by Holly Black
illustrated by Rovina Cai

Outside, Inside
by LeUyen Pham

The Passover Guest
by Susan Kusel
illustrated by Sean Rubin

“To give those librarians, who make it their life work to serve children's reading interests, an opportunity to encourage good writing in this field.”

—Frederic Melcher, in his agreement to establish the Newbery Medal, 1922