Winners

Teen: Nonfiction (13-18 Years)
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2021 FINALISTS - TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS)

See below for the list of 2021 finalists in the TEEN: NONFICTION (13-18 YEARS) category, for books with a copyright date of 2020. Register to attend the virtual award ceremony (May 11-14, 2021) to learn which book wins Gold.

Healthcare Heroes: The Medical Careers Guide
2021 Finalist

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

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

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.

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

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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