Recognizing Jewish Children's Literature For Forty Years: The Sydney Taylor Book Award

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Kathe S Pinchuck

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The Association of Jewish Libraries has been presenting a children's book award for forty years. The author describes some of the history and background of the Sydney Taylor Book Award, as well as its mission of "encouraging the publication of outstanding books of Jewish content for children and teens." A description of the award's namesake and her importance to Jewish children's literature is followed by a review of some of the books and authors that have been honored. These demonstrate the high standards of the Sydney Taylor Book Award Committee, as well as the quality of Jewish children's literature. Prevalent themes and trends reflect the ever changing dynamic of contemporary Jewry.

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Pinchuck, Kathe. 2008. “Recognizing Jewish Children’s Literature For Forty Years: The Sydney Taylor Book Award”. Judaica Librarianship 14 (1), 27-34. https://doi.org/10.14263/2330-2976.1071.
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