Texas Bluebonnet Award

Homeschoolers: Cast your Texas Bluebonnet Award vote this Friday 1/18

        Homeschooled children who would be in grades 3-6 and who have read or listened to at least 5 of the 2012-2013 Texas Bluebonnet Award nominee books are invited to cast a vote for their favorite nominee book on Friday, January 18 at the Kids Information Desk.  We will have a ballot box at the desk all day for homeschool children to vote.  Children enrolled at schools cast their vote at school.  

We have a year-round display of Texas Bluebonnet Award books in the Children's Department.  There now are books for the 2012-2013 session and books for the 2013-2014 session available for checkout.  

Want to Vote for the 2012-2013 Bluebonnets?

Consider coming to our Bluebonnet Discussion Group! We meet on select Monday afternoons at 3:30 to discuss two or three titles. Check out our online Calendar of Events, or come into the branch to pick up a book discussion schedule. 2012-2013 Texas Bluebonnet Award voting for Baldwin Boettcher will be held on Monday, January 28th.  Any child who has read five books on the list may vote.  

Homeschoolers: Vote for your favorite Bluebonnet Book

   January is the month that Texas children in third through sixth grades vote for their favorite book nominated for the Texas Bluebonnet Award.  Each year the Texas Bluebonnet Award committee draws up a list of 20 books nominated by students, parents, teachers, librarians and others to be considered for the Texas Bluebonnet Award.  Public school children vote for the Texas Bluebonnet Award book at school.  Homeschoolers can vote for their favorite Texas Bluebonnet Award book at Freeman Library next Monday, January 30 in the Children's Department.

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