Armchair Cybils Wrap-Up

armchaircybilsIt’s time for the final Armchair Cybils post for the 2013 Cybils.
I have read two of the thirteen winners. These were:
Forest Has a SongForest Has a Song for Poetry (which I guess I never reviewed) and
Hereville: How Mirka Met a Meteorite for Middle Grade Graphic Novels.

I’d put in a request for Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, the picture book winner, but it’s still not here, though the youth librarian says she loves Peter Brown’s work in general. Here’s the summary of the rest of the picture books I’ve read.

I put off reading the Teen Speculative Fiction until after I’d finished the Middle Grade Speculative Fiction, which I haven’t yet… so, just not reading as fast as I think I ought to be able to. I’m still reading faster than I’m writing reviews, though I’m not sure what to make of that.

Hereville: How Mirka Met a MeteoriteThe one category I was looking at where I actually finished reading all the finalists was the Middle Grade Graphic Novels – in case you missed them, here are my graphic novel summaries: Part 1 and Part 2.

Now there are more books to read! I can look forward to reading the teen graphic novel and speculative fiction winners, and my daughter will be ready for the easy readers in just a year or two. Thank you to the many, many people who worked to make the Cybils the treasure mine it is, and to Amy at Hope is the Word for running the Armchair Cybils!

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About Katy K.

I'm a librarian and book worm who believes that children and adults deserve great books to read.
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2 Responses to Armchair Cybils Wrap-Up

  1. I hear you on reading faster than you’re reviewing, which for me is slow and slower. 😉

    I’m so glad you joined in the AC this year!

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