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Teen: Nonfiction (13-18 Years)
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2022 WINNERS - TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS)

See below for the list of 2022 winners in the TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS) category, for books with a copyright date of 2021.

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Earth Will Survive: But We May Not
2022 Gold Winner

Author: Katie Coppens

Publisher: Tumblehome, Inc.

ISBN: 978-1-943431-73-1

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Earth’s history told through the discoveries of scientists who have studied it: Part 1 offers the history of life and Part 2 the human-caused challenges that threaten it. Part 3 presents ways individuals can help the environment, from consumption habits to voting. A conversational tone and ample illustrations make this an accessible and encouraging guide for young environmentalists.

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Navigating Minefields: A Young Man's Blueprint for Success in Life's Battlefield
2022 Silver Winner

Authors: Victoria Duerstock and Bethany Jett

Publisher: End Game Press

ISBN: 978-1-63797-004-1

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A leadership book for boys written by the moms who love them, Victoria Duerstock and Bethany Jett, filled Navigating Minefields with short inspirational thoughts, quotes and applicable life lessons for young men on the brink of adulthood. Navigating Minefields is an inspiring gift for the young men in your life.

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What Is Coronavirus?: How It Infects, How It Spreads, and How to Stay Safe
2022 Silver Winner

Author/Illustrator: Sabbithry Persad, MBA

Publisher: Firewater Media Group

ISBN: 978-0-9812439-3-1

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An easy-to-follow illustrated guide to the COVID-19 pandemic, this science-based book explains virus and coronavirus basics, SARS-CoV-2 and COVID-19, how they affect the body, what scientists are doing and how to stay safe. Readers also explore past pandemics and how they ended, offering an optimistic outlook for the future. 

2021 WINNERS - TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS)

See below for the list of 2021 winners in the TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS) category, for books with a copyright date of 2020. Click here to watch the Gold and Silver winner speeches.

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The Puffin Plan: Restoring Seabirds to Egg Rock and Beyond
2021 Gold Winner

Author: Stephen W. Kress & Derrick Z. Jackson

Publisher: Tumblehome, Inc.

ISBN: 978-1-943431-57-1

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An uplifting story of scientists working to bring seabirds back to their native habitats—inspiring young readers to take action for the environment. This is the story of how Project Puffin reclaimed a piece of our rich biological heritage, encouraging other groups to re-root local native species around the world.

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Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide
2021 Silver Winner

Authors: Mary Choy, PharmD, BCGP, FASHP and Michele B. Kaufman, PharmD, BCGP

Publisher: Sigel Press

ISBN: 978-1-905941-31-5

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With input from 25-plus experts, this must-have, user-friendly guide offers everything a teen needs to find their dream job. "Healthcare Heroes is an absolutely fascinating read with real insight from renowned healthcare professionals…it is literally like having your own personal healthcare mentor." - Readers’ Favorite Reviews

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Why Wait? Your Time Is Now!: Think. Write. Believe. Achieve.
2021 Silver Winner

Author: Reagan B. Nevels

Publisher: Premier Publishing

ISBN: 978-1-7325216-0-5

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In Why Wait? Your Time Is Now!, young author, Reagan B. Nevels, provides shortcuts to develop accountability skills, build self-esteem, and boost confidence in teenagers. Discover: a four-step process to achieve goals; a template to help focus; affirmations to promote positivity. Perfect for teens with big dreams.

2020 WINNERS - TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS)

N/A - Due to lack of entries, the 2020 the TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS) category, for books with a copyright date of 2020, was cancelled.

 
 
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