2012 Granite Book Awards: Middle Grade Fiction

The 2012 Granite Book Awards Winners List for Middle Grade Fiction (roughly grades 4-8)
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Fake Mustache | Written by Tom Angleberger, Illustrated by Jen Wang


The False Prince (The Ascendance Trilogy, Book 1) | Written by Jennifer A. Nielsen


Icefall | Written by Matthew J. Kirby


The Mark of Athena (Heroes of Olympus, Book 3) | Written by Rick Riordan


The One and Only Ivan | Written by Katherine Applegate, Illustrated by Patricia Castelao


Rise of the Elgin (Michael Vey, Book 2) | Written by Richard Paul Evans


Secrets of New Forest Academy (Janitors, Book 2) | Written by Tyler Whitesides


The Third Wheel (Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Book 7)| Written and Illustrated by Jeff Kinney

Tuesdays at the Castle

Tuesdays at the Castle | Written by Jessica Day George


Wonder | Written by R.J. Palacio

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Note: 2012 was a preliminary year for the award, and the process for determining the winners has since been modified. In 2012 nominations were accepted from all students and staff for a portion of the calendar year, with books published in either 2011 or 2012 being eligible. Then committees of library staff and teachers discussed and narrowed the nominations down to the final winner lists. In future years the winning lists will be generated entirely from the open nominations received from students and staff throughout the calendar year, with no mediating committees. The final end-of-year tally of the student and staff votes will determine the winners.

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1 thought on “2012 Granite Book Awards: Middle Grade Fiction”

  1. The 2012 Middle Grade Fiction winners are some of the most popular books in our school library! I wanted to gather them together for a special display, but they are all checked out! Well done – Granite Book Awards rock!

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