• Texas Bluebonnet List 2020-2021
    The Bluebonnet Award is a project of the Texas Library Association and is co-sponsored by the Children's Roundtable and the Texas Association of School Librarians, both of the Texas Library Association from suggestions from librarians, teachers, parents, students, and others. 

     

    Third, fourth, and fifth graders who read 5 or more of the Bluebonnet books are eligible to vote for their favorite book in January 2021. 
     
    Select this link for a printable Bluebonnet Award List: 2020-2021 Bluebonnet List
     
    Select this link for Bluebonnet Award List with annotations: 2020-2021 List with Annotations
     
     
    Below is the 2020-2021 Bluebonnet Award List:
     

     

    Auxier, Jonathan. Sweep The Story of a Girl and Her Monster. 

    Barton, Chris and illustrated by Ekua Holmes. What Do You Do With a Voice Like That? The Story of Extraordinary Congresswoman Barbara Jordan.

    Blakemore, Megan Frazer and illustrated by Nadja Sarell. Frankie Sparks & the Class Pet. 

    Bowles, David. They Call Me Güero A Border Kid’s Poems.

    Brown, Don. Rocket to the Moon (Big Ideas That Changed the World). 

    Calejo, Ryan. Charlie Hernandez and the League of Shadows. 

    Craft, Jerry. New Kid.

    Dekeyser, Stacy. The Rhino in the Right Field. 

    Haddix, Margaret Petersen. Strangers.

    Lenz, Niki. Bernice Buttman, Model Citizen. 

    McDunn, Gillian. Caterpillar Summer.

    Miller, Rhett and illustrated by Dan Santat. No More Poems!: A Book in Verse That Just Gets Worse.

    Parry, Rosanne. A Wolf Called Wander. 

    Pyron, Bobbie. Stay. 

    Sichol, Lowey Bundy illustrated by C.S.Jennings. From an Idea to Disney: How Branding Made Disney a Household Name. 

    Stone, Tanya Lee and illustrated by Steven Salerno. Pass Go and Collect $200 The Real Story of How MONOPOLY Was Invented.  

    Van Dusen, Chris. If I Built a School. 

    Venkatraman, Padma. The Bridge Home. 

    White, J. A. Nightbooks. 

    Wittenstein, Barry and illustrated by Jerry Pinkney. A Place to Land: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Speech that Inspired a Nation.