Book awards ballots available for teen vote
Local teens are invited to cast a ballot for the Rhode Island Teen Book Awards.
Anyone who has read at least three books from the list is eligible to participate in the vote, and only one book can be chosen.
Select a single book from the following list and fill out the ballot that is available at the Jamestown library no later than Feb. 17.
The books are “Airborn” by Kenneth Oppel, “Lily’s Ghosts” by Laura Ruby, “So Hard to Say” by Alex Sanchez, “Letters from Wolfie” by Patti Sherlock, “The Wish List” by Eoin Colfer, “Sea of Trolls” by Nancy Farmer, “Nothing to Lose” by Alex Flinn, “Girl, 15, Charming But Insane” by Sue Limb, “The Wee Free Men” by Terry Pratchett, “Mortal Engines” by Philip Reeve, “One of Those Hideous Books Where the Mother Dies” by Sonya Sones, and “Can’t Get There From Here” by Todd Strasser.
Also on the list are “So Yesterday” by Scott Westerfield, “The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray” by Chris Wooding, “Emako Blue” by Brenda Woods, “Acceleration” by Graham McNamee, “Bottled Up” by Jaye Murray, “Luna” by Julie Anne Peters, “Fault Line” by Janet Tashjian, “Double Helix” by Nancy Werlin, and “Heart on My Sleeve” by Ellen Wittlinger.
Call or visit the library for more information.