iammixedme.com

26 MCPG Titles Have Been Included in the 2016 Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People List

Tuesday, Feb. 16th 2016
  • ​28 Days by Charles R. Smith Jr.; illustrated by Shane W. Evans
  • Aaron and Alexander by Don Brown
  • Alex As Well  by Alyssa Brugman
  • The Battle of the Bulge by Rick Atkinson
  • Beatrix Potter and Her Paint Box by David McPhail
  • The Boys Who Challenged Hilter by  Phillip Hoose
  • Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate
  • The Fantastic Ferris Wheel  by Betsy Harvey Kraft; illustrations by Steven Salerno
  • The House that Jane Built by Tanya Lee Stone; illustrations by Kathryn Brown
  • I Used to Be Afraid by Laura Vaccaro Seeger
  • Listen to the Moon by Michael Morpurgo
  • Luna & Me Jenny Sue Kostecki-Shaw
  • Mary Cassatt by Barbara Herkert; illustrations by Gabi Swiatkowska
  • Mixed Me by Taye Diggs; Illustrations by Shane W. Evans
  • Most Dangerous by Steve Sheinkin
  • One Family by George Shannon; illustrated by Blanca Gomez
  • Osakr and the Eight Blessings by Richard Simon and Tanya Simon; illustrated by Mark Siegel
  • Queen of the Diamond by Emily Arnold McCully
  • Rhythm Ride by Andrea Davis Pinkney
  • Sally Ride by Tam O’Shaughnessy
  • Time for Cranberries by Lisl H. Detlefsen; illustrated by Jed Henry
  • Unlikely Warrior  by Georg Rauch
  • W is for Webster by Tracey Fern; illustrated by Boris Kulikov
  • Whale Trails, Before and Now by Lesa Cline-Ransome; illustrated by G. Brian Karas
  • What James Said  by Liz Rosenberg; illustrated by Matthew Myers
  • A Whole New Ballgame by Phil Bildner; illustrated by Tim Probert
Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People is an annual reading list of exceptional books for use in social studies classrooms, selected by social studies educators.This is an annual project of the National Council for the Social Studies (NCSS) and the CBC.This bibliography features K-12 annotated titles published in the previous calendar year, selected by a book review committee appointed by the NCSS.

The full list can be viewed here: http://www.cbcbooks.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/Notable-Social-Studies-Trade-Books-for-Young-People-2015-Preview2.pdf